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Hubbard County Incidents, Dec. 11-20, 2021 – Park Rapids Enterprise


Accidents: Dec. 11: A snowmobile accident with a possible broken leg was reported; A passing Cass Lake ambulance reported a crash but did not make contact;

Dec. 13: Leech Lake police reported a vehicle off the road whose male driver seemed intoxicated; A two-vehicle accident was reported, with airbags deployed;

Dec. 14: A caller reported she rolled her vehicle with no injuries;

Dec. 15: An accident was reported involving a four-door sedan;

Dec. 16: A caller said she was halfway in the ditch at an intersection; A Beltrami County transport vehicle reportedly rear-ended a tractor trailer, but there were no injuries and the vehicles were not blocking traffic; A caller reported a vehicle in the ditch with an occupant who appeared to be slumped over; A caller reported a vehicle off the road where no one was believed injured; A vehicle off the road was reported;

Dec. 17: A vehicle off the road was reported, and caller did not know if it was occupied but saw no tracks coming out; A County 18 caller reported an accident scene with no one in the vehicle and tracks heading toward U.S. Hwy. 71;

Dec. 18: Personnel contacted homeowners on U.S. Hwy. 71 about a vehicle in the ditch in front of their residence; An officer found a vehicle in the ditch; A passerby reported a vehicle off the roadway;

Dec. 19: A caller reported sliding off the roadway in Akeley, hitting a mailbox and a parked vehicle with no injuries;

Dec. 20: A 229th Ave. caller reported a vehicle flipped.

Animal Related: Dec. 11: A caller wanted a permit for a car-killed deer;

Dec. 13: A caller complained about their sister not taking proper care of her pets on County 6, reporting the death of a dog; An Arago Twp. caller reported a dog approached them aggressively, and when caller yelled at the dog, its owner made threats; A caller reported hitting a deer, which needed to be dispatched; A caller reported a deer needed to be dispatched and requested a possession tag;

Dec. 17: A 180th St. caller reported a dog running loose and attacking chickens; A caller found a shepherd-type dog on the side of the road; A caller reported a car hit a deer on County 45 and deer needed to be dispatched, and caller requested a tag for it;

Dec. 18: A 119th Ave. caller complained about her neighbor’s dog barking in her yard at midnight;

Dec. 19: A caller reported an injured deer on the side of the road, needing to be dispatched, and requested a possession tag; A caller reported a car hit a deer with no injuries, but the vehicle was not drivable and the deer needed to be dispatched; A caller hit a deer and wanted a possession tag, noting there were no injuries but caller was unsure if the vehicle was drivable.

Assaults/Harassment: Dec. 12: A female requested help with her husband, who was causing problems; A 190th St. caller reported a male threatening his girlfriend and caller;

Dec. 14: A Nevis employer reported he was speaking with his employee on the phone and there was a lot of yelling and screaming and the call was lost, then she texted asking him to call 911; A Park Rapids area caller reported her daughter’s ex-husband making threats and voiced concern about her granddaughter being in the house;

Dec. 16: A 190th St. caller asked to have a person removed from his residence; A Nevis caller reported a disturbance regarding a 19-year-old male who had been drinking all day;

Dec. 17: A Laporte caller reported school threats on TikTok; A 269th Ave. caller reported receiving threats via text from a previous employer;

Dec. 18: A County 23 caller reported the people from whom she purchased a dog six months ago were demanding pictures and claiming the dog was being abused, kept outside and not fed;

Dec. 19: Dispatch heard sounds of a verbal domestic issue in the background of an open-line 911 call;

Dec. 20: Wadena County requested assistance with an intoxicated male who was fighting officers; A County 29 caller reported someone who has a restraining order against her sister was trying to contact her.

Burglaries/Theft: Dec. 12: A Becida caller reported theft; A County 4 caller reported a stolen fence;

Dec. 13: A Farden Twp. caller reported credit cards and a checkbook were stolen from their vehicle;

Dec. 14: A living room motion detector tripped a residential burglar alarm in Lake Emma Twp.; A Farden Twp. caller reported a vehicle purchase that may have been a scam, suspecting the seller may not have been the lawful owner;

Dec. 16: A store exit alarm was tripped in Park Rapids; A garage interior motion alarm was activated on County 3; A mudroom door motion detector tripped a residential burglar alarm in Hubbard Twp.;

Dec. 17: A Mantrap Twp. caller received a letter saying she filed for unemployment when he did not;

Dec. 18: Alarms on two gift storage doors and a gift shop door were tripped at Itasca State Park;

Dec. 19: A first-floor window alarm was activated in White Oak Twp.; An Akeley caller reported seeing a male climbing out of a neighbor’s window and taking off on foot;

Dec. 20: An interior dining room motion alarm was activated in Nevis Twp.

Fires: Dec. 16: A back-door, manual-pull fire alarm was activated on County 13 in the Nevis area;

Dec. 19: A house on fire was reported in Akeley; A $15 gas drive-off was reported in Laporte.

Medical: Dec. 11: A 110th St. caller requested assistance getting her very weak husband to their vehicle;

Dec. 12: An ambulance was requested in Akeley for an 81-year-old female who was on the floor, feeling dizzy and unwell; Another ambulance was requested in Akeley for a male who fell and couldn’t get up; An ambulance was requested on County 33 for a possible heart attack;

Dec. 13: A Park Rapids agency passed along a third-party report of a male having a stroke; An ambulance was requested on County 12 for an unresponsive, 93-year-old female possibly having a heart attack; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female who was having “some sort of meltdown” several days after having surgery;

Dec. 14: An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female who was throwing up; A medical alarm was activated in Todd Twp. and there was no response from subscriber; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a male, described as weak but alert, who couldn’t get out of bed; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a party who fell and complained of hip pain; An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 71 for a semi-responsive female with low blood sugar; An ambulance was requested on 307th Ave. for a 49-year-old male with stomach and back pain, feeling weak and chilled;

Dec. 15: An ambulance was requested in Becida for an 87-year-old male who fell and couldn’t get up, and had an irregular heartbeat; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a male feeling clammy and shaky; An ambulance was requested in Lake George for a 94-year-old female having trouble breathing;

Dec. 16: An ambulance was requested on 406th St. for an elderly female with cancer who was sitting in a vehicle in the driveway in pain; An ambulance was requested on 149th Ave. for a male whose tongue was swollen, possibly due to an allergic reaction, though he was able to breath normally; An ambulance was requested in Laporte for a high school student who rolled her ankle at a basketball game; An ambulance was requested on County 45 for a male undergoing chemotherapy who had a low white cell count and a possible temperature; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a male who was vomiting uncontrollably;

Dec. 17: An ambulance was requested on 307th Ave. for a pregnant woman having high blood sugar after giving herself insulin three times; An ambulance was requested on 285th Ave. for a male having difficulty breathing; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a male whose foot amputation site was infected; A Park Rapids business reported someone passed out in the bathroom and staff was unable to get in; An ambulance was requested in Clover Twp. for a male who passed out;

Dec. 18: An ambulance was requested on 240th St. for a 75-year-old male who was weak and having abdominal issues all week; An ambulance was requested on 129th Ave. for a 101-year-old male who had been on the ground for an extended period, described as “very out of it” and dehydrated; An ambulance was requested for a driver whose Chevy truck went off the roadway, and who was having a seizure;

Dec. 19: A medical alarm was activated on 193rd Ave. for a male who needed help getting out of his chair;

Dec. 20: An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 34 for a female who had a stroke six weeks ago and was having issues with her new medications; An ambulance was requested in Akeley Twp. for a female with cancer who was incoherent.

Miscellaneous: Dec. 11: A 420th St. caller reported snowmobiles causing damage to an agricultural field;

Dec. 13: A Laporte caller reported “lots of weird activity in the area tonight” and asked for an officer to patrol the area; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller in the Bemidji area was suspicious about an apparently intoxicated male in front of a business wearing black shorts, with a laceration on his leg; A caller was suspicious about people trying to unlock a disabled vehicle on the side of the road; State Patrol responded to a vehicle in the ditch and reported the male driver had a Hubbard County warrant;

Dec. 14: A Lake George caller reported that a neighbor took a fence again and damaged caller’s property; An Akeley Twp. caller reported seeing a male on camera at her outbuilding and footprints around her house; A caller requested officer assistance with a property exchange at her ex-boyfriend’s residence on County 118, noting there was no court order in place; During an open-line 911 call from 323rd Ave., a mother came on the line and said it was an accident, then said her 18-year-old son punched a door and the other son called 911, and said she did not want law enforcement to respond but dispatch sent an officer to verify;

Dec. 15: An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle in Park Rapids; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller requested officer assistance with someone not paying a tow bill; An agency requested assistance and State Patrol was not answering; A school walk-through was conducted in Nevis;

Dec. 16: There was a 911 hang-up on County 18, and upon callback a mother said her 4-year-old was playing with the phone and there was no emergency;

Dec. 17: A suspicious person was reported in Laporte; A school walk-through was conducted in Laporte and Nevis; Beltrami County received a text-to-911 from someone in Park Rapids who only said “My phone battery is dying,” and did not answer further questions;

Dec. 18: Personnel placed “thin ice” signs on a lake in Crow Wing Lake Twp.; During an open-line 911 call, dispatch got caller’s attention and was advised it was an accidental dial; A 450th St. resident reported their cell phone and car keys were locked in a parked vehicle at their home; An open-line 911 call had Christmas music in the background, and when dispatch got caller’s attention, a male with a strong accent said it was an accidental dial; A County 3 caller was suspicious about a landscaping truck at a neighboring house where nobody currently lives, and caller’s father had seen the vehicle there earlier in the week; A County 9 caller reported that a vehicle that took out their mailbox pole was still sitting there; A caller requested a welfare check on her stepfather in Akeley, saying the family has been unable to contact him since he was released from the hospital;

Dec. 19: A caller requested additional patrol around the unoccupied residence of a recently deceased relative on 179th Ave.; A Nevis caller reported someone broke out her garage window; An Akeley caller had questions about relatives removing property from a recently deceased person’s residence; Personnel assisted State Patrol;

Dec. 20: A Park Rapids caller requested officer assistance with an eviction; A Helga Twp. caller reported someone trespassing on his property at 3:30 a.m. Dec. 19; A County 23 caller reported his work website was hacked.

Traffic: Dec. 11: An officer assisted State Patrol with a traffic stop; An SUV was reported driving with its blinker on for 3 miles and swerving from lane to lane; A vehicle was reported operating on a snowmobile trail; A caller made a driving complaint about a vehicle that turned south on State Hwy. 64; A snowmobiler was cited for having no trail pass;

Dec. 12: An officer assisted a motorist stopped in a turn lane, who had their own tow on the way; Officers assisted State Patrol with three traffic stops, including one on County 80; A driving complaint was reported; A Pontiac G6 with an obstructed plate was stopped;

Dec. 13: An officer assisted State Patrol with a traffic stop on U.S. Hwy. 71;

Dec. 14: Personnel removed a tree from the roadway; A truck was reported swerving all over the road; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller near Itasca State Park reported following a truck with a propane tank and getting whiffs of propane; A caller reported a semi trailer parked in the roadway;

Dec. 15: A driving complaint was reported about a flatbed truck; A Ford Bronco went through a school bus arm when children were on the roadway; A crossover vehicle was reported varying in speed and swerving; A car was reported traveling east in the westbound lane; Personnel assisted State Patrol on a traffic stop; Personnel assisted State Patrol in Akeley;

Dec. 16: Minnesota Power requested traffic control due to a line down;

Dec. 18: Personnel assisted Beltrami County on a traffic stop;

Dec. 19: A vehicle was reported swerving and driving at high speed; A caller reported a car leading a long line of vehicles at speeds fluctuating between 35 and 40 mph, who kept tapping the brakes and was suspected to be intoxicated;

Dec. 20: A Laporte caller complained about kids doing doughnuts in the school parking lot after a girls basketball game when people were walking to their cars; Two vehicles were reported swerving all over the roadway and driving in the wrong lane.





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