Accidents: Feb. 21: 365体育投注A two-vehicle injury accident was reported; A vehicle off the road was reported by the Leech Lake Department of Public Safety;

Feb. 22: A snowmobiler hit a tree and had an injured shoulder;

Feb. 24: A passerby reported seeing a pickup truck go into the ditch;

Feb. 25: 365体育投注A car and a small truck collided head-on on U.S. Hwy. 71.

Animal Related: Feb. 20: A deer needing to be dispatched was reported on County 7;

Feb. 21: A deer needing to be dispatched was reported;

Feb. 22: A Helga Twp. caller found a small black corgi with tall pointed ears on the road; A Park Rapids caller wanted a car-killed deer permit; Motorist assist was requested for someone who appeared to have hit a deer;

Feb. 23: A County 4 caller reported that a dog injured a deer and the deer needed to be dispatched; A Farden Twp. caller complained about dogs running loose; A 245th Ave. caller reported horses with no shelter;

Feb. 25: An Arago Twp. caller complained about dogs running loose, including one that was aggressive toward caller’s husband;

Feb. 26: 365体育投注A caller reported a deer needing to be dispatched.

Assaults/Harassment: Feb. 20: A third-party caller requested an officer to respond to a Nevis Twp. residence where a male not wanted there was trying to get in, then a female called and said her estranged husband was trying to get in; A State Hwy. 87 caller reported her boyfriend was out of control;

Feb. 21: 365体育投注A 398th St. caller reported an assault;

Feb. 22: Someone wanted to speak to an officer at a Park Rapids business about a possible violation of an active restraining order; A State Hwy. 64 caller reported possible threats and a verbal domestic issue reported by a 12-year-old foster son;

Feb. 24: 365体育投注A County 93 caller reported people were in his house trying to beat him up;

Feb. 25: 365体育投注A verbal domestic issue was reported on County 4; A caller reported a physical domestic assault involving a male beating up a female outside a Ford Escape.

Burglaries/Theft: Feb. 20: A residential burglar alarm in Farden Twp. was tripped by a front door motion detector; A residential burglar alarm was tripped in Hubbard Twp. by a dining room slider; A Lake George caller reported things have been disappearing from their residence; A caller reported arriving at a County 37 location to find alarms going off;

Feb. 22: Hall door and hall motion alarms were activated at the Laporte high school; A special education hall motion alarm was activated in Laporte;

Feb. 23: A possible violation of an order for protection was reported; A 1998 Ford Contour was reported stolen on County 33; A residential alarm was activated on 269th Ave.;

Feb. 24: A basement motion alarm was activated in Farden Twp.; A Henrietta Twp. business received two worthless checks for $46.63 and $39.57; A front door burglar alarm was activated on County 40;

Feb. 25: 365体育投注A front lobby hold-up alarm was activated on County 6;

Feb. 26: Main entry, bar door and bar area motion alarms were activated in Nevis; A possible scam was reported in Todd Twp.; An internet scam was reported in Rockwood Twp.

Fires: Feb. 20: 365体育投注A house fire was reported on County 9, and caller said everyone was out and the floor joists were burning.

Medical: Feb. 20: 365体育投注An ambulance was requested on County 89 for a female possibly having a seizure; A County 33 caller wanted to speak to a deputy about his medication dosage; An ambulance was requested in Lake Emma Twp. for a 79-year-old female who was feeling weak;

Feb. 21: 365体育投注An ambulance was requested in Lakeport Twp. for a male with Parkinson’s disease who couldn’t get up and was conscious but not alert;

Feb. 22: A medical alarm was activated on 193rd Ave. and no contact was made with the subscriber; An ambulance was requested on 149th Ave. for a male with heart issues, numbness in his legs and pain in his left shoulder;

Feb. 23: 365体育投注An ambulance was requested on County 39 for a female with numbness in her mouth and face;

Feb. 24: An ambulance was requested on County 80 for a male with a possible broken ankle;

Feb. 25: A medical alarm was activated in Farden Twp. but no contact was made with the subscriber; A medical call in the Cass Lake area, regarding a male who was unresponsive and shaking, was transferred to Beltrami County;

Feb. 26: An ambulance was requested for an elderly Nevis Twp. female who fell and could not get up.

Miscellaneous: Feb. 20: 365体育投注A caller in the Shevlin area was transferred to Clearwater County after reporting that someone was at their house ringing the doorbell; A County 93 caller wanted to speak to a deputy about a child custody/parenting issue; A 911 hang-up was called back and a very apologetic caller said it was an accidental dial and there was no emergency; A Laporte caller had questions about camera footage; A school walk-through was requested in Laporte; A 911 hang-up came from White Oak Twp. and when called back, went to voicemail; A 911 hang-up came from Farden Twp. and when called back, caller said there was no emergency and they had clicked their phone’s emergency button; A Lakeport Twp. caller was suspicious about two cars and someone using a flashlight next door; A business check was requested in Nevis;

Feb. 21: 365体育投注Law enforcement patrolled a sporting event in Nevis;

Feb. 22: An open-line 911 hang-up came from County 9 and went straight to voicemail when called back; A County 95 caller was suspicious about a group of vehicles with Colorado plates parked near the pipeline power station; A 185th Ave. caller reported being locked out of her residence; A 480th St. caller dialed 911 by accident;

Feb. 23: 365体育投注A 470th St. caller reported she was watching a mom’s two kids during a party, but she hadn’t heard from the mom and couldn’t reach her since 9 p.m. Feb. 22; A caller reported two kids shooting at turkeys from their vehicle; A U.S. Hwy. 71 caller suspected she was seeing a drone hovering at night through her binoculars, describing as having dials; An Akeley Twp. caller was suspicious about two or three cars shining their lights toward caller’s house from the 10th Crow Wing Lake access;

Feb. 24: 365体育投注A Lake George caller reported suspicious activity at their rental home; A 275th Ave. caller reported their gate wheel was flattened; A caller was suspicious about a strange Jeep Cherokee that pulled out of a residence caller passes every day;

Feb. 25: 365体育投注A Lakeport Twp. caller complained about someone who walks by his house every morning and acts suspicious; A Mantrap Twp. property owner who lives in the Twin Cities reported cameras showing a truck in the driveway and two people walking up to the house, and then the cameras went offline; A clerk reported refusing to sell alcohol to a male who was already intoxicated, and who then left the building on foot with his car in the parking lot and walked south on U.S. Hwy. 71 toward Park Rapids; Officer assist was requested on 175th Ave.; A 299th Ave. caller dialed 911, said “Uh, uh, uh, I dialed the wrong number” and hung up;

Feb. 26: 365体育投注A business check was requested in Nevis; A tip line caller reported a Jeep Grand Cherokee with a flat tire that would be moved in the next day or two; A tip line caller reported a Ford F-150 broke down but was not a traffic hazard, and someone would be there the next day to pick it up; Beltrami County reported that a 911 hang-up was traced to Hubbard County and when called back, they were told it was a pocket dial and there was no emergency.

Traffic: Feb. 20: 365体育投注A vehicle was reported driving slowly and swerving all over the road; An off-duty Cass County deputy reported a possibly impaired driver on U.S. Hwy. 2; A Chevrolet Impala was stopped with no plates;

Feb. 21: Driving after suspension was reported in Park Rapids; A traffic hazard was reported in Lake Emma Twp.; A caller reported that a “big jacked-up red truck” almost ran her off the road; A Farden Twp. caller said he had video footage of a Honda driving recklessly and doing donuts in the roadway, possibly someone who is not supposed to be near caller’s residence; Motorist assist was requested;

Feb. 22: An abandoned vehicle was found on the side of the road with a flat front tire; An officer assisted with a stuck vehicle; A courtesy ride was requested within Farden Twp.; Motorist assist was requested for a vehicle with a flat tire;

Feb. 23: Motorist assist was requested;

Feb. 24: An officer assisted with a disabled vehicle on U.S. Hwy. 2;

Feb. 25: A Farden Twp. caller complained about a Toyota speeding back and forth; A Dodge Ram was reported being driven with a suspended driver’s license; A caller said they blew a tire, parked it in a driveway with a note explaining he is getting a new tire for it and will be back in the morning to fix it, and requested that it not be towed, saying there was enough room for vehicles to get out of the driveway;

Feb. 26: 365体育投注A caller reported a small red car swerving all over the road and into the oncoming lane of traffic; A full-sized Ford pickup was reported speeding and tailgating; A vehicle was reported swerving all over the roadway.