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Hubbard County Incidents: June 6-15, 2022

From the Hubbard County dispatch blotter.

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Accidents: June 6: A caller reported a Chrysler hit their car, and caller was now following the Chrysler at high speed;

June 7: An accident was reported on County 36;

June 8: A County 40 caller reported an accident leaving a vehicle on its side against a tree;

June 9: A two-vehicle accident was reported, involving a Ford F-150 and a Chevy Suburban;

June 10: A County 9 caller reported their vehicle was rear-ended with no injuries;

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June 11: A County 9 caller reported a single-vehicle rollover in which a female hit her head and was bleeding;

June 14: A vehicle off the road was reported; A two-vehicle accident was reported in the Laporte area with injuries, blocking traffic.

Animal Related: June 6: A 275th Ave. caller reported a lost French Brittany spaniel;

June 7: A squad vehicle hit a deer on County 9, and the deer had to be dispatched; A County 18 caller reported a stray dog had been at her location and she couldn’t get it to leave; A 470th St. caller reported neighbors’ dogs continuously coming over, tearing up garbage and trying to impregnate caller’s dog;

June 8: A caller reported cattle out of the fence, approaching the road;

June 9: A County 81 caller reported five horses out;

June 10: A caller reported hitting a deer in Park Rapids; A Fern Twp. caller reported hearing someone hit a deer on County 3;

June 11: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a northbound vehicle hit a deer; A calf on the road was reported;

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June 12: A dead deer was reported in a lane of traffic; Ambulance personnel reported hitting a deer on the way to a call and said it needed to be dispatched; A caller reported a dog hit by a vehicle was still alive on the highway;

June 14: A caller reported hitting a bear, which ran off into the woods, and the vehicle was totaled; A deer-vehicle accident was reported;

June 15: A squad vehicle hit a deer.

Assaults/Harassment: June 6: A County 18 caller reported he got into an altercation and left on foot; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported a neighbor threatened her husband over a riding lawnmower deal;

June 7: A 170th St. caller reported a repossession agent entered his property and threatened him;

June 8: An Akeley caller reported a female beating up an autistic person, possibly a child;

June 9: A County 39 caller reported a possible violation of an order for protection; An Akeley caller reported males fighting;

June 10: A 320th St. caller reported an older male sending inappropriate things to caller’s 12-year-old daughter via social media;

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June 11: A Laporte caller wanted to speak to a deputy about issues with a person and how to get a restraining order; A Farden Twp. caller reported neighbors fighting verbally and making threats about firearms; A Park Rapids caller reported a male harassing her, following her friend and refusing to leave her house until another family member stepped in;

June 12: A Henrietta Twp. caller reported that while he was driving by a neighbor’s house with his 15-year-old in the vehicle, the male neighbor mooned them; A Farden Twp. caller reported a domestic situation in which a female was assaulting a male, who locked himself in the bathroom;

June 13: A a text-to-911 from a County 46 location, via Beltrami County, reported a possible domestic situation at a neighbor’s residence;

June 15: A County 39 caller had questions about her order for protection and whether her ex can send people to pick things up, reporting she has seen a couple strange vehicles in her yard; A County 38 caller reported their ex-girlfriend making threats; A Farden Twp. caller reported a verbal altercation with a neighbor, who then came into her yard and threatened her children; A County 19 caller reported a male attacked his wife.

Burglaries/Theft: June 6: A 230th St. caller reported a female came over last night and had a dispute regarding car parts caller believed she stole from him; A central motion alarm was activated on County 91 when no keyholders were available; A burglar alarm on County 3 was tripped by a front door sensor;

June 7: A back door alarm was activated on 500th St.; A burglary was reported in Lake George; A State Hwy. 34 caller reported an ATV stolen from a lean-to during the night; An Akeley caller reported the theft of a catalytic converter;

June 8: A business alarm was activated on County 3, and alarm company spoke to someone at the scene who did not have proper ID to cancel it;

June 9: A garage overhead door alarm was activated on 269th Ave.; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported someone stealing power; Front door, rear door and multiple motion alarms were activated at Itasca State Park; A front door burglar alarm was activated on County 3; A Farden Twp. caller reported a worthless check;

June 10: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a scam; A Todd Twp. caller reported a burglar broke in through a screen;

June 13: A commercial burglar alarm in Akeley was activated by front door and front area motion sensors; An Arago Twp. caller reported possible fraud; A County 110 caller reported items stolen; A Farden Twp. caller reported someone entered her house without permission while she was in jail; A caller en route from out of state reported a kayak stolen from her mother’s house in Lake Emma Twp.;

June 14: Front door and main motion alarms were activated at a Henrietta Twp. address; A residential burglar alarm on 444th St. was activated by a back door sensor;

June 15: A 119th Ave. caller reported people stealing iron from his property; A 253rd Ave. caller had questions about whether the Sheriff’s Office has people calling for donations; A White Oak Twp. caller reported her vehicle stolen.

Fires: June 7: A brush fire was reported in Nevis Twp.;

June 8: A one-acre fire in the Paul Bunyan State Forest was reported; A County 4 caller reported a possible structure fire; A 136th St. caller reported a shed and forest fire threatening nearby structures;

June 9: A White Oak Twp. caller reported a fire burning 100 feet of woods with a house 200 yards away; A grass fire was reported in Nevis Twp., spreading from a ditch into trees and threatening homes; A caller reported grass and woods starting on fire;

June 10: A County 39 caller reported a grass fire near an abandoned home;

June 14: Personnel checked on someone burning a pile in Farden Twp.

Medical: June 6: An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a 55-year-old female having trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested on County 40 for a possible stroke; An ambulance was requested on 354th St. for a 66-year-old male with a history of heart issues having a fast heart rate;

June 7: An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a female on the floor, unable to get up; An ambulance was requested at a Nevis area treatment center for a male who fell and complained of back and leg injuries; An ambulance was requested on County 25 for someone coughing up blood;

June 8: A lift assist was requested on County 4 for an elderly female who had fallen and was very weak; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a male who had an MRI with fractured vertebrae, whose skin seemed to be turning different colors; An ambulance was requested on Becker County 46 for a male with bladder pain who fell;

June 9: An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a female who fell and was having trouble moving and lower back pain;

June 10: An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for male who was very sick and a female who passed out, both diabetic;

June 11: An ambulance was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for a male who had a heart attack seven weeks ago, now having shaky vitals and confusion;

June 12: An ambulance was requested on County 4 for a 14-year-old female not coming out of a seizure; An ambulance was requested on County 81 for a 60-year-old male described as uncommunicative and unable to get out of bed; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a possible heart attack;

June 14: An ambulance was requested on 175th Ave. for a female who was sick, unable to move, and having severe neuropathy; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 87 for a 3-year-old having a seizure; A lift assist was requested on County 4 for an elderly female with a cast on her leg who fell;

June 15: A medical alarm was activated on County 16; An ambulance was requested on 136th St. for a female having chest pains; An ambulance was requested on County 36 for a female who fell outdoors and injured her leg; A lift assist was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for a male who fell.

Miscellaneous: June 6: A County 1 caller reported a female was in caller’s driveway in an Acura RDX and caller did not want her there; A Schoolcraft Twp. caller reported his Ring camera showed a Ford pickup with a ladder in the back was on his property last night and caller wasn’t sure it left; A County 33 caller had questions about verifying the VIN of a boat previously owned by his late father, so caller can transfer the title into his name; A Straight River Twp. caller reported parking at the Hinds Lake access was overflowing onto the county road, where caller was told there was no parking; A 911 hang-up came from County 3 and upon callback, a female said her 5-year-old grandchild dialed and there was no emergency; A caller requested assistance retrieving property on County 1;

June 7: A Crow Wing Lake Twp. caller asked what kind of permits are needed for a golf cart; An Akeley Twp. caller had questions for an officer about shooting firearms; Suspicious activity was reported in Park Rapids; A caller requested officer assistance for property retrieval on County 31;

June 8: A 500th St. caller reported vandalism of park bathrooms; Law enforcement did multiple resort checks; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller had questions about a court order;

June 9: An Akeley caller reported a male refusing to take his name off her cell phone plan; A County 40 caller was reported by an apparatus with a tube in her lake; A business check was requested in Nevis;

June 10: A 490th St. caller reported a vehicle illegally parked in a handicapped spot; An illegally parked vehicle was reported; A 309th Ave. caller reported someone driving up and down the road, shooting at power poles;

June 11: A County 32 caller complained about a neighbor shooting exploding targets; A Badoura Twp. caller reported finding a wallet; A County 81 caller reported a vehicle abandoned overnight, looking trashed on the inside; A Farden Twp. caller complained about loud music and possibly intoxicated persons at a neighboring cabin;

June 12: A caller reported several drunk people in the Nevis municipal liquor store; A caller requested an officer present while he picks up personal property on County 1; Officer assistance was requested on County 18 for an approximately 10-year-old girl walking along the roadway, carrying bags and stuffed animals; Leech Lake Tribal Police reported receiving a report of gunshots at the Cass County Line, but on checking the area, they did not make contact as it was on private property and far from homes; A County 18 caller reported a custody dispute; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported having issues with their neighbor earlier in the day, and he now came over and pounded on their door but left when caller didn’t answer; A County 33 caller had questions about a purchase with a camper;

June 13: A 275th Ave. caller suspected someone had tampered with her mailbox; Law enforcement checked out two people who were acting strange; A Hubbard County caller reported the father wasn’t allowing her to speak with her children in Morristown; A Henrietta Twp. caller was suspicious about his neighbor driving by his residence and video taping him;

June 14: A caller had a question about buying property; A caller, who would not give his name because “he has to live there,” complained about neighbors shooting too close to dwellings; Horse certifications for the Hubbard County Posse were conducted on County 95; A caller was concerned about a campsite with little to no activity, reporting a tent, garbage, clothes and camping gear there since June 9 with no one around; A 175th Ave. caller requested officer assistance regarding a male who removed an item from his yard;

June 15: A caller had questions about a bike rodeo she is sponsoring in Nary; A resort check was requested on County 23; A caller wanted officer assistance retrieving her property in Farden Twp.; A resort check was requested in Nevis Twp.; A 210th St. caller reported two bikes lying against a sign near the Portage Lake access; A 120th St. caller reported a neighbor took down five “no trespassing” signs.

Traffic: June 6: A caller reported a Walmart truck was weaving from center line to fog line, then pulled over just east of Akeley at a boat storage place; A caller reported a pothole with big chunks of broken asphalt;

June 7: A Chevy pickup was reported swerving all over the roadway;

June 8: A motorist assist was requested;

June 9: A vehicle was stopped with a license plate issue;

June 10: An ATV violation was reported; A caller reported a vehicle ahead of them swerving “really bad”;

June 11: A caller reported her alternator quit and the car was left, but she was working on having the vehicle moved; A caller reported passing five side-by-sides operating without lights; A car was reported repeatedly speeding up, passing caller, then slowing down; A County 40 caller reported personal watercraft operators pulling up ropes in a swimming area and cursing at kids;

June 12: A motorist assist was requested in Lake George; An ATV violation was reported; An ATV was stopped; An ATV operator was warned for not using headlights; An ATV violation was reported; A 450th St. caller complained about a dirt bike tearing up and down the roadway; A 275th Ave. caller reported a 12-year-old on a dirt bike causing problems, doing circles at the end of caller’s driveway; An SUV was reported traveling at extreme speed, almost hitting numerous vehicles head-on; A 450th St. caller complained about a kid on a dirt bike, tearing up the roadway again;

June 13: A Dodge Caravan was reported swerving all over the roadway; An irrigation system was reported spraying water across a road;

June 14: A Pontiac Bonneville with expired plates was stopped; Law enforcement assisted Nick’s Towing with lights; A County 4 caller reported a vehicle driving recklessly in a trailer park;

June 15: A caller reported a male walking on the shoulder of the highway and was concerned he may be hit; A caller reported something large lying in the roadway, possibly a bear.

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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