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Hubbard County Incidents: June 16-22, 2022

From the Hubbard County dispatch blotter.

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Accidents: June 17: A two-vehicle accident was reported;

June 20: A caller reported their fiancé blacked out and drove into the ditch, and now vehicle was stuck but they were uninjured and a tow was on the way; A female caller reported her 5-year-old son had his arm run over by a Ford Ranger and they were driving him to the hospital in Park Rapids.

Animal Related: June 16: A caller who hit a deer thought it needed to be dispatched; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported removing a deer from the highway; A Nevis Twp. caller reported a lost female German shorthair pointer with a pink collar but no tags;

June 17: A 229th Ave. caller reported an injured deer in a lane of traffic, needing to be dispatched; A caller reported hitting a deer, which was dead in the road, and the vehicle needed a tow; A caller reported a personal watercraft and a speedboat went through the middle of some nesting loons; A caller reported hitting a deer but said no airbags deployed and no medical help was needed;

June 18: A Hubbard Twp. caller reported a pony tied up behind storage units appeared to be unhealthy and in distress;

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June 19: A caller reported removing a deer from the roadway; A caller reported hitting a deer, leaving the vehicle undrivable but with no injuries; A State Hwy. 64 caller reported hitting a deer but said there was too much traffic for caller to get out and move the deer;

June 20: A caller reported seeing someone hit a deer and said the deer was still alive in the roadway; A car vs. deer accident was reported;

June 21: A large snapping turtle was reported injured and bleeding on the side of the roadway, and caller didn’t want to move it but also didn’t want it hit again, saying it could damage a vehicle; A caller reported a car hit a deer; A vehicle hit a deer and airbags deployed; A vehicle hit a bear on U.S. Hwy. 71;

June 22: A group of 200 bikers on a pedaling tour of Minnesota reported a brown dog charging them but not attacking; A 150th St. caller reported a stray dog, possibly a boxer, living in their garage and menacing the homeowner.

Assaults/Harassment: June 16: A 192nd St. caller reported a male came to her home and threatened to have her children taken away, leaving after she asked him multiple times to leave;

June 17: A female requested officer assistance serving a male with a no-trespass order after being denied a harassment restraining order in court; A County 39 caller had questions about an order for protection;

June 18: A County 199 caller wanted to speak with an officer about her restraining order; A County 1 caller reported an incident in which a female was abusive toward a male regarding child custody;

June 22: A caller at the Wadena County line reported her mother assaulted her, hitting her on the head.

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Burglaries/Theft: June 17: A Straight River Twp. caller reported a possible cash scam; A State Hwy. 87 caller reported a possible fraudulent internet transaction for her son through Zelle; A door motion sensor alarm was activated in Henrietta Twp.;

June 18: A 240th St. caller reported a possible scam with a young lady he was talking to;

June 19: A Nevis business reported taking in a fake $100 bill; A porch door alarm was activated in Nevis Twp. while the owner was not at home;

June 20: A County 18 caller reported fraud; An access door alarm was activated in Henrietta Twp.; A family room motion alarm was activated in Lakeport Twp.;

June 21: A store motion alarm was activated in Henrietta Twp.; An upstairs motion alarm was activated in Arago Twp.; A caller said he sold some property to a person who then some equipment and a trailer that were on the property.

Fires: June 17: A State Hwy. 87 caller reported a grass fire in the ditch;

June 18: A Hubbard Twp. caller reported a tree down on power lines, which were smoking; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported a fire in the trees, apparently out of control;

June 20: A State Hwy. 34 caller reported a log home on fire;

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June 21: A residential fire alarm was activated in Mantrap Twp.

Medical: June 16: An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for a male who fell in the bathroom, couldn’t get up and had a bump on his head;

June 17: A male requested officer assistance getting to the hospital for help after being up for three days, saying he had no weapons; A detox facility in Nevis Twp. requested an ambulance for someone having abdominal pain;

June 18: An ambulance was requested on County 18 for a female possibly having a stroke, unable to move;

June 19: An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for a male possibly having a stroke; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a female having high blood pressure; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 87 for a female who fell and was breathing, but her lips were tinted blue; An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for someone possibly having food poisoning;

June 20: A lift assist was requested on 193rd Ave.; An ambulance was requested on County 6 for a male possibly not breathing; A lift assist was requested on 193rd Ave. for someone who fell; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a male having difficulty breathing; An ambulance was requested on County 36 for a female with knee issues who fell and couldn’t move to get up; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a 68-year-old female possibly having a stroke; An ambulance was requested on County 18 for a 60-year-old female who kept passing out;

June 21: An ambulance was requested on 129th Ave. for a 1-year-old having a seizure; A medical alarm was activated in Crow Wing Lake Twp. but there was no voice contact; An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for a male who picked some flowers earlier and now his eyes were burning and he could hardly see; A lift assist was requested for a male in Crow Wing Lake Twp.;

June 22: An ambulance was requested in Rockwood Twp. for a person whose anxiety was acting up; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a male having trouble breathing; A medical alarm pendant was activated on State Hwy. 34, but no voice contact was made.

Miscellaneous: June 16: A Nevis Twp. facility reported a male having delirium tremens, walking down the driveway, not on a hold; An organization requested advice about putting up signage for a fundraiser; A 200th St. caller reported suspicious activity; A Farden Twp. caller reported finding what looked like a grenade while cleaning out a shed on her deceased father’s property; Law enforcement did a resort check in Henrietta Twp.; A County 109 caller reported a pontoon floated up to her dock; A caller said a male keeps going to his brother-in-law’s property on 119th Ave. and removing the “no trespassing” signs;

June 17: Wadena County reported a 911 hangup from 161st Ave. with a female crying and no answer upon callback; Law enforcement patrolled a firearm safety class in Park Rapids; A Mantrap Twp. caller had questions about child custody issues; A Hubbard Twp. caller was suspicious about construction equipment left for four days in the ditch near the easement into his property; An Akeley caller explained a 911 hang-up call, saying his son set a soda on his phone but everything was OK; A 161st Ave. caller reported property damage by someone who was arrested in a previous incident; A County 7 caller reported a male with a fake ID at a restaurant;

June 18: Law enforcement checked on a suspicious vehicle; A 210th St. caller reported bikes that had been at the Portage Lake access for a couple weeks; A Helga Twp. caller reported an older male at his property who seemed confused; A Farden Twp. caller requested officer assistance retrieving property related to a previous domestic incident; A Nevis Twp. caller reported hearing two high-powered rifle shots nearby and suspected someone was hunting in the woods;

June 19: A Henrietta Twp. caller reported someone used a golf court to damage property on a golf course during the night; Officer assistance was requested; A caller requested officer assistance for property retrieval in Farden Twp.; An open-line 911 call came from a County 40 location, where dispatch heard normal conversation in the background but nothing distressing, and with no answer upon callback, dispatch left a voicemail; A Nevis Twp. caller was suspicious about a male walking slowly through people’s yards, looking around and not answering anyone’s questions; Law enforcement checked on a suspicious vehicle in the Laporte area;

June 20: Law enforcement participated in a Torch Run event; A K-9 unit assisted with a search in Park Rapids;

June 21: Law enforcement did a business check in Lake George; Law enforcement did multiple resort checks; A County 6 caller was concerned about a trailer full of garbage on the approach across from his driveway, requesting help locating the owner so it gets picked up;

June 22: Law enforcement did multiple resort checks; A Lake Alice Twp. caller reported issues with a neighbor putting up a fence; A Nevis caller requested officer assistance, saying they wanted their girlfriend to move out of the house; A White Oak Twp. caller said his neighbor sits outside his home screaming, and caller was concerned for his children; A Todd Twp. caller said a neighbor was shooting his gun, and caller was concerned because a baby bear was in the area and caller did not want it shot; Law enforcement patrolled a sporting event in Nevis.

Traffic: June 16: A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported a downed tree blocking half of a road; A caller had questions about ATV trails;

June 17: A County 7 caller reported dirt bikes operating from 5 to 8:45 p.m. were making a lot of noise;

June 18: Law enforcement stopped bicyclists; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported two kids on dirt bikes tearing up the road and speeding with no helmets on; A caller reported a vehicle swerving all over the road, almost causing a head-on crash; An ATV operator reported having a flat tire on a trail; A vehicle was stopped at Greenwood Cemetery; A County 25 caller reported an ATV almost hit her son; A caller reported a swimming platform in the water, not very visible, possibly a boating hazard; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a tree down on a lane of traffic;

June 19: A caller reported a tree down on a lane of traffic;

June 20: A caller reported a large chunk of aluminum blowing on the roadway; Law enforcement attempted to catch a motorcycle clocked at 100 mph; A Coon Lake caller complained about a personal watercraft on the lake, saying the lake is too small; A parking complaint was reported; A caller reported a male driving intoxicated, weaving and varying in speed; A caller reported a tree down across the road;

June 21: A caller reported a tree almost completely blocking a roadway; A tree across the roadway was reported; Chevy was reported driving erratically, speeding up and slowing down; A County 89 caller reported trees were down in the river, causing problems boating between the lakes, and caller said law enforcement boat and water patrol have helped with this in the past;

June 22: A minivan was reported swerving all over the road; A person was reported not obeying a flagger; Law enforcement stopped an ATV; A Honda was reported swerving on the road; A County 37 reported a tree down on the roadway, blocking one lane.

MORE RELATED COVERAGE:
According to the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office, dispatch received a report of a two-vehicle accident on U.S. Hwy. 71 in Todd Township at 9:18 a.m. on July 29.

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