June 20: A County 93 caller reported a vehicle in the ditch, its occupants being loud, playing loud music, honking their horn and making engine sounds like they were trying to get out of the ditch;
June 21: An accident with injuries was reported in Laporte; A County 33 caller reported a vehicle off the road and a male, who had been in caller’s yard a while, knocking on his door;
June 22: A State Hwy. 64 caller reported an unoccupied vehicle parked by a residence looking like it hit something within the past 15-20 minutes;
June 23: A two-vehicle accident with no injuries was reported; A caller reported a deer hit by a vehicle was dead in the roadway.
Animal Related: June 17: A 180th St. caller reported a wounded bear cub in their yard; A caller wanted a possession tag for a dead deer she found on the side of the road; A 200th St. caller reported a female dropped off a dog at his residence and said that “if someone doesn’t do something about this, they will lose their job”; A deer hit by a vehicle was still alive in the ditch, and the driver reported their airbags deployed;
June 18: A caller reported that a car hit a deer and a second car ran over it; A vehicle hit a deer and sustained major damage, but occupants were uninjured;
June 19: A caller reported a dead bald eagle wrapped in a purple towel on the side of the roadway; A caller reported hitting a deer and said their vehicle was still drivable; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported an abandoned fawn on the side of the roadway;
June 20: A County 1 caller reported a deer hit by a vehicle was in their driveway, and caller wanted it removed;
June 21: A County 89 caller reported a large truck hit three eagles; A State Hwy. 34 caller east of Nevis reported a deer ran into a trailer and died, and caller was removing it from the roadway; A Todd Twp. caller reported a bear on their property scratched their window screen;
June 22: A county highway department vehicle hit a deer with no injuries; A caller found an apparently lost chocolate Lab; A Straight River twp. Caller reported dogs barking by their residence;
June 23: A State Hwy. 34 caller hit a deer and said it needed dispatching, but the vehicle was fine; A caller reported a vehicle hit a deer with no injuries, vehicle was still driveable but caller was unsure whether the deer was still alive.
Assaults/Harassment: June 18: A caller reporting a domestic issue was transferred to Becker County; A County 44 caller reported someone harassing a female;
June 19: A caller reported a domestic incident involving her boyfriend, herself and the children at the Lake George gas station;
June 20: A Nevis caller reported fighting at the bar; A 420th St. caller said she was receiving threatening messages from her sister’s ex-boyfriend; A Henrietta Twp. caller reported a family issue occurred last night and now caller was at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo with injuries;
June 21: A County 38 caller had third-party questions about an order for protection;
June 23: A 200th St. caller had questions about a harassment restraining order and taking care of cattle.
Burglaries/Theft: June 17: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported the theft of a flotation device from their pontoon during the past couple days; A Todd Twp. caller reported two chairs stolen from their front yard;
June 18: A Lake George Twp. caller reported a trolling motor stolen, possibly on June 9;
June 19: A shop motion alarm was activated in White Oak Twp.; A dining room motion alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.;
June 20: A porch motion sensor alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A County 7 caller reported someone attempting to use a fake ID; A 210th St. caller said the front door of the home he just purchased was kicked in;
June 21: A bedroom door alarm was tripped on County 80 and canceled by entering proper ID; A Farden Twp. caller reported a contractor did half the work on a garage and then “skipped town” with the work unfinished; A 150th St. caller suspected someone was in her house, reporting the garage lights were on and the lawn mower was in a different place;
June 22: A Todd Twp. caller said their cabin was burglarized within the past two weeks;
June 23: A living room motion alarm was activated in Helga Twp.; A garage service door alarm was activated on 229th Ave.; A commercial silent panic alarm as activated at Dorset Corner; A Fern Twp. caller said he received a scam call and gave out part of his Social Security number.
Fires: June 18: A 414th St. caller reported a vehicle and a shed on fire; A 179th Ave. caller reported trees on fire;
June 19: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported an electrical or chemical fire at a location containing paint and cleaning supplies, and caller said they saw smoke but no flames and it stung their eyes; A vehicle on fire was reported;
June 20: A Farden Twp. caller wanted someone with a warrant removed from her residence;
June 22: A 160th St. caller reported fire in a 12-foot radius around her outdoor electric pole;
June 23: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Bemidji area reported a large fire of unknown type.
Medical: June 17: An ambulance was requested in Park Rapids for an 88-year-old female having chest pains; A Nevis area detox facility requested an ambulance for a female with chest pains and low blood pressure; An ambulance was requested on 150th St. for a male possibly having a reaction to medication; An ambulance request for a Menahga male having a seizure was transferred to Wadena County; An ambulance request for a female with kidney pain in the Bemidji area was transferred to Beltrami County;
June 18: An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a male who fell twice in five hours and injured his head; An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for a male with a large piece of food lodged in his esophagus; An ambulance was requested on 480th St. for a female coughing, wheezing and spitting up;
June 19: A medical alarm was activated on 235th St. for an elderly female who needed a lift assist; An ambulance was requested on 150th St. for a male who was on the ground and not very responsive; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a male whose lips were going numb and whose speech was slurred; An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for a male who fell off a dirt bike and broke his right leg; An ambulance
June 20: An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a 42-year-old female who collapsed in the bathroom; An ambulance was requested on County 89 for a male in a Chevy pickup with chest pain, throwing up; An ambulance was requested on County 4 for a male with labored breathing; An ambulance was requested on County 93 for a 78-year-old female who fell on the stairs and was possibly injured;
June 21: An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for a male who was stuck in the water between a boat lift and a dock; An ambulance was requested at Pine Manor for a male with a peanut allergy;
June 22: An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for an 81-year-old male who was light-headed and unable to stand up;
June 23: An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 87 for a camper with a possible concussion; An ambulance was requested in Badoura Twp. for a 64-year-old female described as very ill; An ambulance was requested on 269th Ave. for a male with low oxygen levels; An ambulance was requested on 219th Ave. for a male having heart issues; An ambulance was requested in Nevis Twp. for a female having an allergic reaction to a bug bite; Wadena County reported a Nevis Twp. female called 911 while crying, but she said she didn’t mean to call and when asked why she was crying, she said she wasn’t.
Miscellaneous: June 17: A County 13 caller reported a dispute about the day and time of a child custody exchange; Lost property belonging to the sheriff’s office was investigated; An open-line 911 call was traced to a U.S. Hwy. 71 location near Bemidji; An open-line 911 call traced to State Hwy. 34 had loud, indiscernible noises in the background, and there were was no answer on callback; Personnel attended a Cub Scouts presentation in Park Rapids; An officer checked out an abandoned vehicle on the side of the roadway; A business check was requested in Nevis; A Todd Twp. caller reported suspicious people were on their property earlier, near the shed, and caller was concerned after a lawn chair theft earlier in the day;
June 18: A Nevis caller requested officer assistance for a female described as “quite intoxicated”; A Cass Lake female said she wanted a defense class set up but was advised to speak with Cass County; A minivan was reported passing unsafely; An open-line 911 call from 410th St. had no discernible sounds and no answer when called back; Officers escorted the Nevis track team back into town;
June 19: A 170th St. caller misdialed 911 and said everything was OK; An open-line 911 call sounded like a pocket dial, with loud equipment in the background and no answer when called back; Two resort checks were requested in Henrietta Twp.; A resort check was requested on County 6; A 911 hang-up caller did not answer when called back; An open-line 911 caller in Nevis did not answer when called back; A parking violation was reported; A resort check was requested on State Hwy. 87; A 911 caller from Wadena County said everything was OK and that he was floating the river; Two more resort checks were requested in Henrietta Twp.; A resort check was requested in Akeley Twp.; A resort check was requested on State Hwy. 87 in the Nevis area; A County 39 caller reported his soon-to-be-ex-wife was withholding telephone communication with his children; A resort check was requested on County 23; A 315th Ave. caller reported suspicious activity on her mother’s property; A County 40 caller reported someone pulled out their no-trespassing sign; A 200th St. caller had questions about paper he was served from Becker County through Hubbard County personnel;
June 20: A 911 hang-up caller on County 89, when called back, said he was cleaning his screen and there was no emergency; A Nevis caller reported child custody issues; A fifth-wheel RV was reported dumping sewage on the roadway; An open-line 911 call had no sounds in the background and there was no answer upon callback; An open-line 911 call in Farden Twp. was transferred from Cass County, and caller said her phone was acting up and she didn’t mean to call; A 150th St. caller reported a missing pistol; A Farden Twp. caller reported finding garbage at a public beach; An officer checked out a motorcycle parked on the side of the roadway with no one around; A caller was suspicious about a Toyota driving by very slowly, occupied by two males; A Hubbard Twp. caller was suspicious about a male walking back and forth on her property; A State Hwy. 200 caller reported an abandoned vehicle full of empty beer cans on his brother-in-law’s property;
June 21: A Nevis caller reported a father who should have returned the kids after Father’s Day was not returning them until June 23; A hypodermic needle was found in the ditch on a four-wheeler trail; A Nevis Twp. caller wanted to speak to an officer about someone not picking up his property; An open-line 911 call carried sounds of music and people chatting about fishing, and when called back, caller said he was out camping and everything was fine;
June 22: A caller said a friend drove by caller’s dad’s shop on 119th Ave. and saw lights on when no one should be there; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Bemidji area reported a suspicious SUV in the parking lot, partly blocking the driveway; A 150th St. caller had questions for an officer about happenings in her neighborhood; A County 19 caller believed someone tampered with his electrical box in an attempt to burn down his trailer, and complained of his cell phone being hacked; A Rockwood Twp. caller had questions for an officer about fake IDs being used at a bar; A 911 hang-up came from an emergency-only phone; A County 4 caller was unable to find her husband’s cellphone after he was transported by ambulance on June 20; A 139th Ave. caller questioned the legality of a helicopter spraying fields upwind of his residence and said children playing in the yard could smell the spray; A Farden Twp. caller believed someone was going through her mail; A Henrietta Twp. caller said he would not be in the area to be served papers but did receive an email about the court date, and caller wanted to know if the court date would still be valid if he does not receive the papers; A business check was requested in Nevis;
June 23: A 165th Ave. caller reported a suspicious vehicle at a neighbor’s residence, noting the house was being sold and no one should be there; A County 3 caller reported six pipeline demonstrators were at the pipeline storage yard, claiming there would be 100 demonstrators there shortly; Four or five protestors were reported chained to equipment; A 911 hang-up caller, when called back, said it was a misdial; A Nevis caller said his grandkids reported hearing a banging noise coming from the trunk of a parked vehicle at the gas station, and vehicle was now heading toward State Hwy. 34; An ordinance violation was reported regarding camping at a public lake access; A 911 call at the Beltrami County line had a female laughing and having fun and in no apparent distress; A Nevis Twp. caller reported six or seven people in their 20s trespassing and using their facilities.
Traffic: June 17: A caller reported a no-wake sign was no longer visible due to tree growth; A motorist assist was requested; A Lincoln Navigator was reported swerving and going into the ditch; A Chevy pickup with a hood scoop was reported almost side-swiping two vehicles;
June 18: A caller reported being almost forced off the road by a motorist; A caller reported a green item, possibly a shirt, in the middle of the roadway; A 320th St. caller reported ongoing issues with UPS trucks traveling too fast on a gravel road; A caller reported truck drivers hauling pipe and sandbags through the area were driving “quite fast” and caller was nervous about their proximity to a resort;
June 19: Pipeline security reported a Toyota Sequoia blocking trucks hauling pipes on County 3; A Chevy pickup was reported swerving into oncoming traffic; A GMC pickup was reported passing unsafely and speeding; A motorist assist was requested;
June 21: A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller complained about a Dodge pickup with loud exhaust going through his back driveway, and caller said he closed the gate and they reopened it; An Akeley caller reported a neighbor’s car was blocking his driveway, an ongoing issue; A pickup with pallets or a large wooden object in the bed was reported swerving between lanes at unsafe speeds; A Chevy Equinox was reported swerving all over State Hwy. 64; An SUV pulling a trailer was stopped; A caller reported a vehicle swerving on the roadway and almost rear-ending caller twice;
June 22: A four-door car was reported driving in the wrong lane; Two vehicles were reported going over 100 mph on U.S. Hwy. 71; Three trucks and big trailers were reported blocking the access at a boat landing; A rock chipped a squad car windshield; A Nevis caller reported a driver speeding up and down the road by the football field;
June 23: A vehicle was reported swerving on the roadway; A truck was reported “going way too fast” down a dirt road, particularly with U.S. Hwy. 2 construction underway; A car was reported swerving all over the road, almost hitting the cones in a construction area; A motorist assist was requested for a vehicle on the side of the road, not presenting a traffic hazard; An older Ford pickup was reported swerving between lanes; A Chrysler Pacifica was reported stalled in the roadway, needing a tow; A side-by-side was reported going down the middle of the road at 8:15 p.m. with no lights on; A vehicle was reported going 100 mph on U.S. Hwy. 2, swerving, with the driver on their phone; A 167th Ave. caller reported a Ford truck speeding past his house, an ongoing issue.