Accidents: Sept. 14: A two vehicle accident with no injuries was reported; A two-vehicle rear-end accident was reported on State Hwy 64; A potato truck rolled over and an occupant was trapped inside;

Sept. 15: 体育竞猜投注appA caller reported a minor fender bender between a tractor and a propane truck occurred on Sept. 14;

Sept. 16: A semi reportedly rear-ended a vehicle;

Sept. 17: A potato truck was reported on its side off the roadway with no injuries and no need for a tow;

Sept. 19: 体育竞猜投注appA two-vehicle accident was reported on U.S. Hwy. 71; A 49-year-old male who happens to have cancer hit a bump on an ATV and fell off, and was reportedly in and out of consciousness.

Animal Related: Sept. 14: A County 48 caller reported a dog complaint; A 354th St. caller reported a pelican in the area that “doesn’t look quite right”;

Sept. 15: A White Oak Twp. caller reported cows out in the area again; A Farden Twp. caller said her dog was attacked by a neighbor’s dog while they were on a walk; A White Oak Twp. caller complained about cows in his yard;

Sept. 16: A caller said they almost hit a small tan or brown dog; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller found a dead eagle; A poacher was reported shooting deer;

Sept. 17: A fresh gut pile and a big buck knife were found in the same location as a previous DNR violation; A 139th Ave. caller reported a brown pitbull boxer dog running loose in the street; A County 39 caller reported a friendly dog kept coming into their yard every night and caller wanted it removed from the neighborhood; A 380th St. caller reported animal neglect or abuse; A 204th St. caller reported a service dog, a blue-grey pitbull, had been missing for four or five hours;

Sept. 18: A County 36 caller complained about two dogs running in their yard;

Sept. 19: A deer causing a traffic hazard was removed from the roadway;

Sept. 20: A 219th Ave. caller found a deer caught in their fence and cut it out, but caller said it will not survive and wanted to put the deer down; A driver who hit a deer was not injured but was unsure whether the vehicle was drivable.

Assaults/Harassment: Sept. 14: 体育竞猜投注appA County 19 caller reported being harassed by phone;

Sept. 15: A Henrietta Twp. caller reported being harassed by staff; A Hart Lake Twp. caller complained about census workers coming to their house, including one at 9 p.m. on Sept. 14; A 139th Ave. caller reported harassment by her soon-to-be ex-husband; A Hubbard caller reported harassment connected with an online video game;

Sept. 17: A Park Rapids caller reported issues with child custody, while the female partner was heard yelling in the background; An out-of-county complaint about harassment by a former employee was forwarded to Becker County; A male 911 caller reported someone wouldn’t leave his property, and dispatch heard caller tell someone, “Oh, you want to assault me?” and a female voice say she was leaving, after which caller said he no longer needed assistance; An out-of-county caller said her boyfriend’s roommates didn’t want her to come over, and was advised to call Becker County; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported he was going to speak with people’s he’s had a dispute with and was told to call and advise when this happens;

Sept. 18: A Henrietta Twp. caller reported receiving threats by phone; A 139th Ave. caller wanted to speak to an officer about a tape recording her ex claims to have; A Park Rapids caller who described himself as a vulnerable adult said his mother was threatening him, then hung up;

Sept. 19: 体育竞猜投注appA State Hwy. 64 caller said her ex-boyfriend called her multiple times during the day and was threatening her;

Sept. 20: An Arago Twp. caller reported an intoxicated person assaulted him, left in a Chevy truck and hit a commercial building; A 139th Ave. caller said her soon-to-be ex was slandering her on Facebook and in person.

Burglaries/Theft: Sept. 14: A County 1 caller reported a possible phone scam; Two Nevis Twp. callers reported sheds were broken into; A State Hwy. 34 caller in the Nevis area complained about his aunt not giving property back; A White Oak Twp. caller returned home after a few days away and found his residence had been ransacked;

Sept. 15: A 170th St. caller reported someone was trying to open an unemployment claim under his name;

Sept. 16: A Henrietta Ave. caller said a pickup truck was stolen during the night; Three portable deer stands stolen off state land were reported to be listed for sale on Craigslist; A door alarm was activated in Akeley; An Akeley caller said a student at White Bear Lake Middle School hacked into her husband’s phone and got credit card information;

Sept. 17: A foyer motion burglar alarm was activated in Lake Emma Twp.; A Mantrap Twp. caller reported a garage was broken into, but nothing was missing;

Sept. 18: 体育竞猜投注appA basement motion alarm was tripped in Clay Twp.; An Akeley Twp. caller reported the theft of camper steps and a shed broken into, from which nothing seemed to have been taken; A Mantrap Twp. caller said he was receiving letters by mail demanding payment for a loan he does not have; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported receiving a letter by mail demanding payment for money he never received;

Sept. 19: A County 7 caller reported the theft of two tractor tires from the end of the driveway;

Sept. 20: 体育竞猜投注appA 119th Ave. caller reported the theft of political signs.

Fires: Sept. 14: 体育竞猜投注appA car on fire was reported;

Sept. 15: 体育竞猜投注appA U.S. Hwy. 2 caller reported a strong odor of propane coming from a bar or the business across the street;

Sept. 18: 体育竞猜投注appA passerby on County 41 reported a fire in the trees threatening a nearby house.

Medical: Sept. 14: An ambulance was requested on County 12 for an elderly female who fell and possibly broke a hip; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a male who passed out at the gas pumps;

Sept. 15: An ambulance was requested in Laporte for a male having a pancreatic attack;

Sept. 16: An ambulance was requested on 149th Ave. for an 87-year-old male with a severely upset stomach; An ambulance was requested for a female on County 24; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a disgruntled, intoxicated male who was refusing to leave and then fell down;

Sept. 17: An ambulance was requested on County 89 for a female who fell and was in a lot of pain;

Sept. 18: 体育竞猜投注appAn ambulance was requested on Becker County 44 for a 70-year-old male having difficulty breathing; A cell phone user requested an ambulance for an incident in Becker County; An ambulance was requested on County 9 for a female who has a heart condition; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for an elderly female who fell out of bed and now had a jerking motion; A 309th Ave. caller requested assistance moving her husband from the chair to the bed;

Sept. 19: A 230th St. caller who just got out of the hospital asked to have someone check up on him periodically, as he tends to fall;

Sept. 20: 体育竞猜投注appAn ambulance was requested in Arago Twp. for someone experiencing pain in and under their left arm, nausea and weakness; A County 18 caller said their 14-year-old son collapsed but woke up seconds later, and family was driving him to Park Rapids; An ambulance was requested on County 46 for a female having difficulty breathing.

Miscellaneous: Sept. 14: 体育竞猜投注appA caller reported someone has been dumping tires on 319th Ave. just south of County 19; A 109th Ave. caller wanted to speak with a deputy about an ongoing dispute with a neighbor; A caller reported a suspicious male sitting on the side of the road near a bridge; There was one 911 hang-up;

Sept. 15: Officers patrolled movie shooting at various locations; A County 48 caller reported a neighbor called her, saying his landlord had blocked his driveway so he could not get to his residence; A 230th St. caller dialed 911 to request a ride to a medical appointment; A County 25 caller said group home staff was opening his mail; A school walk-through was requested in Nevis; A State Hwy. 87 caller reported a naked man at a swimming area; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Park Rapids area said a suspicious vehicle had been at the end of their driveway since Sept. 14;

Sept. 16: A Nevis caller reported a trespassing incident that occurred on Sept. 15; An officer did a school walk-through in Nevis; A caller reported a Chevy truck hit multiple mailboxes early in the morning; A County 25 caller passed along reports that a postal carrier was tampering with caller’s mail; A suspicious vehicle was reported parked on the side of the road;

Sept. 17: 体育竞猜投注appA Nevis caller wanted a deputy to pick up a bag of drugs that a client brought in; A County 91 caller requested officer advice about family members on property that they don’t own; An agency assist was requested for a probation matter in White Oak Twp.; An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle; A business check was requested in Nevis;

Sept. 18: An Akeley caller complained that kids were running around the place; Beltrami County requested assistance; A Lake Belle Taine caller reported a boat drifted by their campsite and caller agreed to secure it with a rope for now; A trespassing complaint was transferred to Clearwater County; A Cass County caller reported a suspicious, out-of-state vehicle parked at an intersection with its occupant outside, looking up into the sky; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller near Bemidji complained about employees not wearing masks per the mandate; An officer assisted with an elderly female walking on the roadway; An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle on County 45; A State Hwy. 226 caller requested officer assistance in a dispute over a cell phone; A caller reported a suspicious vehicle, possibly a Pontiac Grand Am, parked on the side of the road for five or more days; A County 12 caller reported returning home to find a trailer in his driveway that is not his; A Hart Lake Twp. caller found a little boy walking on the road and said no one at home where he lived; A Guthrie Twp. caller requested advice about how to collect some property at his father’s residence, when he has a court order against the father; A County 39 caller reported hearing gunshots from 10 to at least 11 p.m.;

Sept. 19: A watercraft inspector at the Kabekona Lake access reported gun activity nearby; A 269th Ave. caller reported a suspicious vehicle had been driving around his property for the last half-hour; A Mantrap Twp. caller reported finding a side-by-side in the ditch on his property, next to his “no trespassing” sign; A caller hunting north of Dorset reported a parked Honda blocking the way into public land and a man who acted very rude; Wadena County personnel asked local personnel to stand by to assist in northern Wadena County; An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle in Henrietta Twp.;

Sept. 20: A resort check was requested on County 13; A Nevis Twp. caller said security footage showed neighbors were on her property when she was not at home; A caller reported finding two tents and other property by Spearhead Lake; A caller reported people setting up camp on Big Mantrap Lake.

Traffic: Sept. 14: A potato truck was reported swerving all over the road; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller reported a Chevy Tahoe speeding, passing with oncoming traffic and forcing caller onto the shoulder to avoid a head-on collision, and continuing to pass in dangerous spots; A driving complaint was reported; A caller reported a vehicle swerving all over the road and passing in no-passing zones; Becker County reported a Ford Mustang passing unsafely; A caller reported an RDO potato truck threw a rock and broke caller’s windshield;

Sept. 15: A Nevis Twp. caller asked whether a UTV is allowed on roads; A caller said a truck ran her off the road; A County 14 caller said a truck pulled into his driveway and spun out;

Sept. 16: 体育竞猜投注appA Ford Explorer with no plates was stopped; A truck was reported driving the wrong way on U.S. Hwy 2;

Sept. 17: 体育竞猜投注appA caller complained about someone driving erratically at about 100 mph; Motorist assist was requested; A parking complaint was reported;

Sept. 18: 体育竞猜投注appAgency assist was requested at a traffic stop;

Sept. 19: 体育竞猜投注appAn officer assisted a vehicle with its hazard lights on; A County 91 caller reported a car, possibly a Toyota, speeding and tailgating; A truck approaching Akeley was reported swerving all over the road; A boater was cited for creating a wake in a no-wake zone; A 109th Ave. caller reported someone driving up and down the road, doing about 70 mph, yelling at caller while his kids were in the yard; A cyclist complained that a car used the trail to get past construction; A boat and water incident was reported; A caller reported a pickup with firefighter plates drove into the ditch, corrected itself and almost went into oncoming traffic; A pickup pulling a trailer was stopped; A Pontiac G6 with no plates was stopped; A Bemidji area caller reported a dark van with plastic over the back window and a white truck behind it had been broken down for over three hours with two or three people standing around;

Sept. 20: 体育竞猜投注appAn ATV in a no-ATV area was reported at the Nelson Lake public access; A 911 caller with poor cell reception seemed to be reporting a distracted or impaired driver heading north from County 40 on County 7; A Nissan Rogue with no plates was stopped.