July 16: A two-vehicle accident with no injuries was reported; A rollover accident with injuries was reported;

July 17: A vehicle accident was reported on County 38 with several people in the vehicle;

July 18: A Ford F-150 went in the ditch and caller reported a male walking down the road, possibly impaired;

July 19: A caller reported a male showed up at her door and said he crashed his vehicle;

July 21: An officer responded to a vehicle rollover with no injuries; A three-vehicle accident with serious injuries was reported; A vehicle rear-ended a boat on State Hwy. 34; A caller found a license plate and a car bumper in the ditch; A 14-year-old was bleeding from the shin after tipping their four-wheeler in Hendrickson Twp.

Animal Related: July 15: A 380th St. caller wanted to talk to an officer about a dog that keeps coming into her yard at night; A caller reported cattle on the roadway; A Farden Twp. caller reported a stray dog in the area; A County 36 caller reported a cow and a bull in his bean field; A Laporte caller said her neighbor’s dog keeps coming into her yard and chasing her cats, and caller spoke to the neighbor but she wouldn’t do anything about it; A caller reported a few cows on the road and some four-wheelers chasing them;

July 16: A State Hwy. 200 caller reported black and brown cows on the road; A County 9 caller reported two cows in their front yard;

July 17: A Todd Twp. caller reported a lost King Charles cavalier dog; A Hubbard Twp. caller reported the neighbor’s dog barks continuously during the day and requested advice;

July 18: A vehicle hit a deer and caller reported the roadway was clear but the vehicle was disabled, and caller was arranging a tow; A Todd Twp. caller reported their cat was having an asthma attack; A caller reported goats out on the road;

July 19: A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported that while he was running with his dog, another dog came on the roadway acting aggressive, and caller dicked at it and the dog’s owner got angry; A caller was concerned about an animal head that was set on a rock along the road;

July 20: A County 36 caller reported calves and possibly a Shetland pony in a pen that appeared to be skin and bones;

July 21: A County 18 caller found a dog that killed one of caller’s chickens.

Assaults/Harassment: July 15: A 323rd Ave. caller reported someone calling and harassing him and scratching his number on the side of caller’s truck, and caller said he had not left the house at all that day;

July 16: A County 80 caller reported an out-of-control, 13-year-old female;

July 17: A County 19 caller reported a neighbor harassing him and his family;

July 18: A County 1 caller said his partner hit him, causing a nosebleed; A County 119 caller said she was lost after leaving a male’s residence because he was drinking; A Hendrickson Twp. caller said he was being attacked by his wife, then hung up without answering questions about his location and, upon callback, hung up on dispatch;

July 19: A Nevis caller wanted to speak to a deputy about harassment; A White Oak Twp. caller said she wanted to retrieve personal items and someone was preventing her; A Hubbard caller reported a physical domestic incident;

July 20: A 200th St. caller reported a possible violation of a protection order via email;

July 21: A Farden Twp. caller reported receiving threatening texts and calls from her ex; A 109th Ave. caller reported someone speeding by his house, braking his truck, revving the engine and screaming outside caller’s window; A Hubbard caller reported a neighbor female came to their house with a gash to her forehead, then went home and now caller could hear more screaming.

Burglaries/Theft: July 15: A Nevis caller reported a Facebook scam; A County 20 caller reported flags stolen from their yard; A County 20 caller reported a flag stolen off their mailbox;

July 16: A basement motion alarm was activated in Farden Twp.; An Akeley caller reported a $10 gas drive-off; A County 4 caller said she lent her vehicle to someone on July 15 and he was now refusing to return it; An interior alarm was activated in Lake Alice Twp.;

July 18: A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported two depth finders stolen from a boat during the night;

July 19: A back door alarm was activated on County 41; An Osage area caller reported fraudulent calls and text messages;

July 20: A Helga Twp. caller reported the theft of a Milwaukee toolbox full of power tools and a Honda generator;

July 21: An out-of-county burglar alarm was passed along to Becker County; A County 1 caller reported $20,000 in fraudulent checks written from their bank account.

Fires: July 15: A 169th Ave. caller reported a transformer on fire;

July 16: A Lake Emma Twp. caller reported seeing large flames from his property; An Akeley caller reported a camper parked at a gas pump was on fire; A smoke detector alarm was activated on State Hwy. 87;

July 17: A U.S. Hwy. 2 caller reported a fire directly in front of two homes;

July 18: A Nevis Twp. caller reported seeing a large fire from across Lake Belle Taine; A 279th Ave. caller reported a large grass fire in a hay field; A commercial fire alarm was activated on State Hwy. 87;

July 19: A Nevis Twp. caller reported lightning struck near a camper and there were no flames but the site was smoking;

July 20: A residential fire alarm was activated on 240th St.; A County 6 caller reported a field on fire behind their house;

July 21: A caller reported seeing a fire across the lake.

Medical: July 15: An ambulance was requested in the Two Inlets area for a female having pain while breathing; An ambulance was requested on County 24 for a 97-year-old male in extreme pain; An ambulance was requested on 239th Ave. for a male who fell and could not get up off a chair, possibly suffering broken ribs;

July 16: An ambulance was requested on 323rd Ave. for a 12-year-old female with a possible ruptured appendix; An ambulance was requested in Mantrap Twp. for a diabetic male who couldn’t walk and whose legs were numb; An ambulance was requested on U.S. Hwy. 2 for an unresponsive male; An ambulance was requested on 240th St. for a 79-year-old female having severe abdominal pain after a car accident on July 15; An ambulance was requested in Farden Twp. for a 75-year-old female who fell and broke her hip and shoulder; An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 87 for a 74-year-old male possibly having a stroke;

July 17: An ambulance was requested in Lake George for a male who fell and was bleeding, possibly with a broken ankle; An ambulance was requested in Akeley for a 65-year-old male who was shaking and weak after recent surgery; An ambulance was requested on 299th Ave. for a 54-year-old female possibly having a heart attack;

July 18: An ambulance was requested on State Hwy. 34 for a female who fell from a ladder and was bleeding from the back of her head;

July 19: An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a female who fell and hit her head on a bookcase; An ambulance was requested on County 12 for an elderly male who fell on the dock and possibly broke a hip; An ambulance was requested in Mantrap Twp. for a male experiencing loss of mobility; An ambulance was requested in Todd Twp. for a female who ate something that did not go down correctly; An ambulance was requested in Henrietta Twp. for a female with swollen extremities; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a female having chest pains;

July 20: An ambulance was requested on 150th St. for an elderly male who was in ill health; An ambulance was requested in Nevis for a 79-year-old female who fell out of bed and couldn’t get up; A medical alarm was activated on 193rd Ave. for a male who was stuck in his chair and needed a lift assist;

July 21: A County 39 caller requested assistance moving someone from a medivan to their house; An ambulance was requested for a male having heart problems who fell down.

Miscellaneous: July 15: An open-line 911 caller, when called back, said it was a misdial; A 911 hang-up caller from County 33 called back and said it was a misdial; A caller wanted to speak to an officer about his deceased brother’s property in Arago Twp.; A 911 hang-up came from a number not answered when called back; A 315th Ave. caller reported trespassers on horseback; A caller was suspicious about five cars that stopped at the end of the road right-of-way, then left; A Lake George caller reported neighbors shooting fireworks; A business check was requested in Nevis; A caller was suspicious upon hearing coughing and sounds of multiple people bumping around in his yard;

July 16: There were two open-line 911 calls from an Arago Twp. number where dispatch could hear people talking, possibly intoxicated; An officer checked out an unoccupied vehicle parked on the side of the road; A 911 hang-up caller, upon callback, said it was a misdial; A 911 hang-up caller, upon callback, said it was a misdial; A 911 misdial caller stayed on the line and confirmed there was no emergency; Pipeline security reported a suspicious person or vehicle in the area, taking pictures of the site;

July 17: A 911 hang-up was traced to a Clay Twp. location; A 911 hang-up caller, when called back, said it was a misdial; An open-line 911 call had sounds of indistinct talking in the background and did not answer when called back; An AIS inspector found a wallet; A 911 hang-up was traced to a Lake Emma Twp. location; An open-line 911 call in Todd Twp. had sounds of commotion in the background and, when called back, caller said it was a misdial but hung up when asked for his name; A State Hwy. 200 caller reported a drone flew over her while she was in the garden; A Grace Lake caller who was there to lock up the beach reported two vehicles refusing to leave; Officer assist was requested regarding an intoxicate male reported to be diabetic;

July 18: An officer checked out a suspicious vehicle in Hubbard Twp.; A 170th St. caller complained about neighbor children trespassing on their property; An open-line 911 call from Arago Twp. had indistinct talking in the background, and upon callback, caller said it was a misdial; A County 11 caller reported a pipeline vacuum truck was followed by a suspicious vehicle on two occasions;

July 19: A caller reported a suspicious Subaru, occupied by multiple females, driving back and forth near a pipeline site; A Farden Twp. caller had questions about a mechanic’s lien sale; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller found a bike in the ditch near his residence; An open-line 911 caller on County 24, when dispatch attempted to call back, did not answer and their voice mailbox was full; A 167th Ave. caller said she was informed that someone who has issues with her son was en route to her house, but he hasn’t lived there in over a month; A 209th Ave. caller was suspicious when a truck pulled into a gravel pit and turned off its lights, when no one should be there;

July 20: An officer checked out suspicious cars in a lot in Park Rapids; A caller reported someone used construction equipment without permission; A County 1 caller reported his mailbox was damaged again; A Lake Belle Taine caller was concerned about someone screaming from across the lake and lighting fireworks;

July 21: A Farden Twp. caller complained that their neighbor expanded his driveway onto caller’s property; There were three 911 hangups from a number that did not answer when called back; A Laporte caller requested officer assistance with a noncompliant male who refused to keep his service dog with him; A business check was requested in Nevis.

Traffic: July 15: An officer assisted with a bus that became stuck while turning around; A caller complained about a boat launching without the AIS inspection; A vehicle was reported swerving on the roadway; A Toyota SUV or crossover was reported swerving all over the road, speeding and cutting people off;

July 16: A vehicle was reported swerving on the roadway; A caller reported an ongoing issue with semi trucks driving at excessive speed; A Ford truck with dual wheels and no license plate was reported swerving all over the road; A caller wanted to speak to an officer about ATV traffic; A small car was reported blowing through the stop sign at County 2 and State Hwy. 34, then turning west toward Park Rapids at excessive speed;

July 17: A Fern Twp. caller complained about a vehicle driving close to caller’s house; An officer checked out two suspicious vehicles at the Lake George access; A Lake Belle Taine caller reported personal watercraft going through geese floating on the water; A Chevy Silverado was reported traveling at excessive speed; A Ford crossover was reported crossing the fog line and centerline and following caller very closely; A deputy stopped a suspicious vehicle that pulled onto the road;

July 18: A vehicle was reported swerving on the roadway, forcing oncoming traffic onto the shoulder; A Dodge Van was reported swerving all over the road and turning east on County 40; A State Hwy. 64 caller reported a Pontiac Grand Prix swerving all over the road; An off-duty Shakopee police officer said he was driving behind an intoxicated driver; A caller reported a male boating with no lights, crossing caller’s lines and arguing with caller when asked to stop;

July 19: A Chrysler Sebring was reported swerving all over the roadway; An ambulance reported a Chevy Silverado that took the shoulder, driving recklessly;

July 20: A bicyclist was reported driving in the left lane; An ATV was stopped; A caller reported a pickup hauling a trailer with something big on it, swerving all over the road; A Buick was reported swerving all over the roadway;

July 21: A motorist assist was requested; A caller reported a semi truck hauling round hay bales, saying the load was shifting; An officer stopped a vehicle whose driver was on the phone; A 219th Ave. caller reported ATV tracks on his road and said his road was all torn up; A Ford Focus was reported weaving in and out of traffic; An officer assisted traffic when an RV with a trailer became stuck.