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Hubbard County Incidents: March 7-16, 2022

From the Hubbard County dispatch blotter.

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Accidents: March 7: An officer responded to a truck in the ditch;

March 8: A minivan was reported partially in the ditch with no one around, possibly with bags nearby;

March 10: A vehicle off the roadway was reported;

March 12: A vehicle rollover was reported; An officer responded to a vehicle off the roadway;

March 13: An officer responded to a vehicle off the roadway; A motorist was reported stuck in the ditch; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a vehicle in the ditch;

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March 15: A Nissan truck was reported stuck in a snowbank and the male driver, who had an open container and smelled of alcohol, walked away;

March 16: A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch near a tree with nobody around; A vehicle in the ditch was reported with no one around and no lights on.

Animal Related: March 7: A 139th Ave. caller complained about loose dogs in their yard; An Arago Twp. caller reported a pitbull-Lab mix with no collar often coming in their yard, barking and growling constantly;

March 8: A 219th Ave. caller reported a dog running loose;

March 11: A County 40 caller reported an animal complaint;

March 12: A State Hwy. 34 caller reported a husky-type dog killing their chickens;

March 13: A caller found a stray black Lab-type dog and requested advice about what to do with it; A U.S. Hwy. 2 caller reported his 3-year-old pitbull was missing;

March 14: A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported a deer needing to be dispatched; A County 18 caller reported a deer was hit by a vehicle in their driveway and needed to be dispatched, and caller wanted a possession tag;

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March 15: A County 91 caller reported a missing Dalmatian dog with a bright pink collar; A County 6 caller made an animal complaint; A 167th Ave. caller said her neighbor’s dog came over and killed her chickens;

March 16: An officer responded to a vehicle that got stuck off the road; A 162nd St. caller suspected deer poaching in the area; A caller reported parts of a deer scattered across the road, posing a traffic hazard.

Assaults/Harassment: March 7: A County 110 caller reported their 27-year-old son throwing and wrecking things in the home; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported their grandsons were fighting and they couldn’t separate them; A 161st Ave. caller reported a drunk male beating his truck, yelling and swearing and threatening the caller;

March 11: A 325th Ave. caller reported a male was coming to pick up their daughter when she hadn’t stayed with him for the last four months due to a domestic incident;

March 14: A County 39 caller reported a female was en route to caller’s residence and would most likely start trouble when she arrived; A County 18 caller reported a physical domestic incident in progress;

March 15: A Park Rapids female reported she was stabbed.

Burglaries/Theft: March 7: A State Hwy. 87 caller reported a Publishers Clearinghouse scam asking them to go to Walmart and sign a release; A Henrietta Twp. caller was the victim of an online dating scam;

March 10: A shop’s door and motion alarms were activated in Nevis;

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March 11: A front door alarm was activated in Akeley and no key holders were responding; A 428th St. caller reported a possible scam on Etsy.com; A residential burglar alarm was activated by a dining room slider in Hubbard Twp.; A 307th Ave. caller reported losing $100 through Paypal while trying to purchase fake MMA tickets;

March 12: A basement motion alarm was activated on State Hwy. 87;

March 13: A dining room motion alarm and an office door alarm were activated in Laporte; The Lake George Motel reported they evicted a person and they stole several hundred dollars worth of property;

March 14: A commercial burglar alarm on County 6 was activated by training room and lunch room motion detectors; A Todd Twp. caller reported tools stolen from his truck within the last two weeks;

March 16: A 444th St. caller suspected a scam when she received a ring in the mail, apparently from China, when she hadn’t ordered anything.

Fires: March 9: An caller reported a fire in the parking lot of the old Akeley school;

March 10: A fire alarm was activated on U.S. Hwy. 71;

March 11: A County 18 caller reported a barn fire with no people inside and no structures nearby;

March 15: A Laporte caller said his daughter bought gas and reported the store’s gas tank cover was off, and caller was concerned someone might have stolen gas or could throw a match in;

March 16: A Helga Twp. caller reported a motorhome on fire.

Medical: March 7: An ambulance was requested on 229th Ave. for a 74-year-oldmale having low blood pressure and fading in and out of consciousness; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 34 for a 75-year-old male having difficulty breathing; An ambulance was requested for a female recent surgery patient who was fading in and out of consciousness; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 34 for a male who fell and whose daughter couldn’t get him up; An ambulance was requested on 334th Ave. for a male who passed out on the floor;

March 8: A lift assist was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a female who fell and whose husband couldn’t get her up; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a female who fell again; An ambulance was requested on 354th St. for a female with flu-like symptoms who was dehydrated; A lift assist was requested for a Nevis female;

March 9: An ambulance was requested in Lake George for a 95-year-old female who passed out;

March 10: An ambulance was requested on 344th St. for an elderly male who fell and couldn’t get up; An ambulance was requested for a female who had a baby in a Chrysler;

March 11: A pendant alarm was activated on County 30; An ambulance was requested on 319th Ave. for a 70-year-old male having a seizure; An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a female who was shaking and feeling cold; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a female who fell during the night;

March 12: An ambulance was requested for a Nevis female who was very weak and passing out; A 911 caller on 400th St. said his phone dialed 911 and there was no emergency, and that if his phone dials 911 it’s OK and no one needs to respond; An ambulance was requested on 319th Ave. for a 76-year-old female who was short of breath; A lift assist was requested in Lake George Twp.; Pine Manor reported a female walked away from the facility;

March 13: A 193rd Ave. male activated his medical alarm and requested assistance getting out of his chair; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a 32-year-old female having a seizure; An ambulance was requested in Straight River Twp. for a caller with high blood pressure who reported feeling pressure in the chest and a little dizzy; An ambulance was requested in Laporte for a female having stomach pains;

March 14: A 319th Ave. caller requested assistance, saying he couldn’t take care of his wife anymore;

March 15: An ambulance was requested on 170th St. for a male throwing up blood; An ambulance was requested in Arago Twp. for a male who recently had heart surgery and felt lightheaded and weak, and who fell but got himself back up; An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for a male with heart issues;

March 16: An ambulance was requested in Rockwood Twp. for an 87-year-old male with low blood pressure who fell; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 113 for a male with a history of stroke having issues standing, and whose left side was jerking.

Miscellaneous: March 7: A 170th St. caller was suspicious about a male looking around his yard near the house; An officer checked on a suspicious vehicle; A Farden Twp. caller reported an unknown vehicle parked in their driveway; A 911 hang-up caller from Nevis, upon callback, said it was a misdial; A caller complained about trash dumped on the side of the road; A County 1 caller had questions about trespassing; A County 91 caller said they sold horses and now wanted officer assistance to get them back; A Lakeport Twp. caller reported a male needed someone to talk to;

March 8: A 275th Ave. caller reported a suspicious four-door car parked in the area and said she has had issues in the past with a male party involving her daughter; A caller requested assistance getting a truck and some property on 161st Ave.;

March 9: An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle in Akeley; An officer did a business check in Nevis;

March 10: A County 39 caller had questions about driving a title he purchased but had no title for; Law enforcement patrolled a sporting event in Nevis; An officer did a business check in Nevis;

March 11: A County 93 caller wanted to speak to an officer about a child custody exchange issue; Beltrami County reported a 911 misdial from a female in Rockwood Twp.; An Arago Twp. caller reported a township road grader ran over their mailbox; A Helga Twp. caller reported his son witnessed a dog-sitting company destroying his house while he was away, possibly looting; An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle; Law enforcement patrolled a sporting event in Nevis;

March 12: A 319th Ave. caller reported having issues retrieving her child from a non-custodial parent; A County 9 caller requested officer assistance in a property dispute with her father; An officer checked on a vehicle in need of motorist assist; A 400th St. caller called 911 and went on for several minutes that the call was not an emergency, then reported that “meth is everywhere” and asked law enforcement to leave the Laporte area alone and to be “peace officers”;

March 13: A 230th St. caller had questions about accessing a residence recently vacated by the petitioner of a protection order; A 230th St. caller wanted to speak to a deputy about her current living situation;

March 14: A County 36 caller was suspicious about a male standing by her mailbox, walking with a stick and a pitbull; An officer checked on a vehicle needing motorist assist;

March 15: An officer checked on a suspicious vehicle at Holiday in Park Rapids; An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle on County 4; A caller had questions about restrictions on discharging firearms on private property;

March 16: Law enforcement escorted the Nevis girls basketball team out of town; A Business check was requested in Nevis; A Helga Twp. caller reported her mailbox was destroyed within the past two days; Law enforcement did a school walk-through in Nevis; An officer assist was requested in Nevis for a child refusing to leave the school.

Traffic: March 7: A Chevy Tahoe pulling a trailer with a vehicle on it was stopped;

March 8: A Chevy pickup was reported swerving all over the road; A Nissan two-door car with two occupants was reported passing the caller, pulling over, driving alongside them and passing them again;

March 10: A Jeep-like vehicle was reported weaving on the roadway en route to Osage; Motorist assist was requested for a vehicle with a flat tire;

March 11: A small SUV was reported speeding and almost running another vehicle off the roadway; A four-door Suburban pulling a trailer was reported violating a school bus stop arm;

March 12: A snowmobile issue was reported;

March 13: A caller reported a trailer pulled by a pickup had lost a wheel and was being dragged down the highway; A snowmobile was stopped;

March 14: A caller reported a semi almost ran them off the road twice; Motorist assist was requested in Cass County for a vehicle in the roadway;

March 15: A fallen tree was reported obstructing the roadway; A logging truck was reported swerving all over the roadway; A caller reported a male getting out of a small sedan, beating on and in the car, then being stranded when the car took off without him; A male flagged down an officer for assistance;

March 16: An officer checked on a vehicle in need of motorist assist; A van was reported swerving all over the road and crossing the fog line numerous times; A caller complained about two dirt bikes driving on the shoulder of the road.

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