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Hubbard County Incidents: Oct. 31-Nov. 6, 2022

From the Hubbard County dispatch blotter.

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Accidents: Nov. 4: A one-vehicle rollover with two occupants was reported in Lakeport Twp.;

Nov. 6: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a single-vehicle accident, saying he spun out.

Animal Related: Oct. 31: A caller hit a deer and their van was undrivable, but caller said they would have it moved in the morning;

Nov. 1: A caller reported a deer in the ditch needing to be dispatched; A caller reported a deer alive in the middle of the road;

Nov. 2: A caller reported while they were looking at items to purchase at a County 9 property, large dogs damaged her vehicle and attacked her son; A Farden Twp. caller reported a brown Lab/pitbull that keeps coming into his yard and acting aggressive; A caller who found a dog on the roadway said she wanted to keep it; A caller reported a deer hit by a vehicle, still kicking in the middle of the road;

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Nov. 3: A caller reported hitting a deer; A llama was reported running loose in the woods;

Nov. 4: An Akeley Twp. caller going into nursing care in St. Paul needed to find a home for her cat; An 8-week-old silver Lab with a blue collar, answering to Ember, was reported missing in Todd Twp.;

Nov. 5: A County 118 caller hit a deer and said a friend wanted it; A caller reported hitting a deer and said vehicle was not disabled, deer was dead and off the road, and caller wanted a possession tag;

Nov. 6: A car-deer accident was reported; A deer was reported still alive off the road.

Assaults/Harassment: Nov. 2: A passerby reported seeing two males yelling and screaming at a Hubbard Twp. residence, saying the older male pushed what appeared to be a teenager to the ground and assaulted him; A Todd Twp. caller reported someone was pointing a camera in her face and not letting her leave the property;

Nov. 3: A Park Rapids caller requested officer response after a verbal argument with her mother, saying she wanted her mother to leave;

Nov. 5: A Park Rapids caller reported death threats against her and her family regarding her daughter’s break-up with her boyfriend; A County 17 caller had questions about an order for protection; An Akeley caller reported a female was assaulting him; A Hendrickson Twp. caller said a male who had been drinking hit her and left the residence with the children; A Park Rapids caller reported a physical domestic altercation in process.

Burglaries/Theft: Nov. 2: A Straight River Twp. caller received a scam letter by mail; A bunkhouse alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A living room alarm went off on County 49 but no door alarms went off;

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Nov. 3: A burglar alarm was activated on 150th St.;

Nov. 4: A garage alarm was activated in Lake Hattie Twp.; A Park Rapids caller reported an unknown male was upstairs in her residence; A 285th Ave. caller reported being threatened by his neighbor, who had a complaint of shooting near their residence;

Nov. 5: A 109th Ave. caller reported a possible scam regarding disbursement of funds from a recently deceased person;

Nov. 6: A Lake George Twp. caller reported the front license plate was stolen off a vehicle; A bar door alarm was activated at the Red River Event Center in Akeley.

Fires: Nov. 1: A County 6 caller reported an uncontained grass fire in a yard in town, threatening a propane tank with no one around and no fire number on the house;

Nov. 6: A caller reported a tree fell on a powerline and was on the ground, catching fire about 200 yards from structures; A 295th Ave. caller reported a powerline came down and set the grass on fire, and the fire appeared to be out but caller wasn’t sure.

Medical: Oct. 31: An ambulance was requested on County 23 for a male who sustained a broken rib and vertebrae in a car accident Oct. 30 and was released from the hospital but was now in severe pain; A lift assist was requested on 193rd Ave.;

Nov. 1: A medical alarm was activated on 193rd Ave. to request a lift assist for someone who was on the kitchen floor; A County 3 caller reported someone shot the leg of their deer stand; An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. fora female having chest pains and pain going down her arm; An ambulance was requested on 170th St. for a diabetic male who was on a new prescription medicine, described as very sick, with eyes slightly open, shallow breathing and low blood glucose;

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Nov. 2: An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for an 86-year-old male having trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested on 299th Ave. for a male who was ill, possibly with COVID-19, and having trouble breathing; An ambulance was requested on County 19 for an 85-year-old male described as weak and wanting to go to the emergency room; An ambulance was requested on 354th St. for a male with high blood pressure and a high heart rate;

Nov. 3: An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for someone whose foot and ankle were aching, making them unable to stand; An ambulance was requested in Crow Wing Lake Twp. for an 82-year-old female having bach pain and unable to move; A medical alarm was activated for a 77-year-old male in Crow Wing Lake Twp.; An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for someone with a history of heart attacks having chest pains; An ambulance was requested in Becida for a male who fell and was not very responsive but breathing;

Nov. 4: A lift assist was requested for an elderly male on 193rd Ave.; Another ift assist was requested on 193rd Ave. for someone unable to get up from a chair;

Nov. 5: A medical alarm was activated on County 16 for a 79-year-old female having difficulty breathing; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for an 89-year-old female having difficulty breathing;

Nov. 6: An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for a female who was dizzy and having difficulty walking; An ambulance was requested in Guthrie Twp. for a female who was extremely distraught, having a panic attack and difficulty breathing.

Miscellaneous: Oct. 31: A Todd Twp. caller found approximately 20 prescription pill bottles in a garden shed at her residence; A Helga Twp. caller reported a 16-year-old being defiant; A County 80 caller reported watching two deputies drive their squad vehicles across his septic system; A 400th St. caller asked to speak with a deputy about a situation with her ex;

Nov. 1: A caller found a shotgun; A 269th Ave. caller reported seeing camera footage of a van at his cabin and a female who possibly appeared to go inside the cabin; A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported suspicious activity; A caller requested officer advice about how to retrieve a vehicle and personal items from a victim’s house;

Nov. 2: A County 95 caller in a cabin a half-mile into the woods was suspicious about a younger male who knocked on his door, claiming to be out of gas, and caller said he couldn’t help him and sent him on his way; A Nevis caller reported juvenile tobacco use;

Nov. 3: A Helga Twp. caller heard a female scream “Help”; A caller reported an occupied van parked overnight at a public access; A caller reported an unoccupied vehicle off the side of the road, looking like it might have hit a deer; A 309th Ave. caller reported trespassing; A 911-hang-up caller did not answer when called back and dispatch was unable to leave a voicemail;

Nov. 4: A Park Rapids caller requested assistance regarding their mother’s boyfriend, who was at the residence and seemed very confused; Law enforcement provided an escort for the Park Rapids cross country team going to state; Officer assistance was requested on County 32; A driving complaint about a Dodge SUV was reported;

Nov. 5: A County 33 caller reported they were locked out of their house and car, had been outside about half an hour and was getting cold; A 161st Ave. caller complained about neighbors shooting guns behind her residence; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a female drove off with caller’s gun on the back of her truck; A 175th Ave. caller reported someone hunting on their property without permission; Law enforcement checked out a vehicle with its flashers on;

Nov. 6: A Schoolcraft Twp. caller reported having trail camera footage of a rifle hunter in an archery-only zone; An Akeley caller wanted to know if it was legal to bow hunt deer in the city; Agency assist was requested for a subject fleeing on foot in Park Rapids; Law enforcement checked out a suspicious ATV at the Thorpe tower.

Traffic: Oct. 31: A vehicle was reported swerving on the roadway;

Nov. 2: A caller reported a Ford F-150 swerving all over the road, cutting caller off and taking off at high speed;

Nov. 3: A motorist assist was requested; An Akeley caller had questions about operating a moped with a revoked license;

Nov. 4: A caller complained about a bucket loader and a packer driving 3-4 miles north of Park Rapids; A Ford SUV was reported swerving at varying speeds; A Honda Accord was reported swerving on the roadway; A Subaru going through the U.S. Hwy. 71 roundabout was reported swerving all over the road;

Nov. 6: An anonymous caller reported a Chevy Silverado speeding; A Park Rapids caller reported a vehicle disabled in a turn lane; A 275th Ave. caller reported a powerline down on the road; A vehicle swerving on the roadway was reported; An Akeley caller complained of vehicles speeding in Akeley, an ongoing issue; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported logs in the road; A Farden Twp. caller reported a tree down on the road; A caller reported a tree completely blocking a road.

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