Someone called Kalispell Police Department to report partying teens after seeing photos of the minors allegedly drinking shots of alcohol. Turns out, the thirsty teens were drinking water.
A teen driver with passengers in her vehicle allegedly flashed a beer and flipped off another driver.
Someone was concerned about a teenager sitting in front of a store who was screaming to himself. The youth reportedly told officers he was upset because he didn’t have anywhere to go.
A woman called police when her extremely intoxicated neighbor was seen rolling in the snow then getting into his vehicle. The man then got out of the vehicle and tried to get back into his apartment only to find he had locked himself out.
A resident who was tired of a vehicle speeding past their house decided to follow the reckless driver. The person wanted police to counsel the speed demon.
A man told dispatchers that officers may have taken his keys after helping him because he couldn’t find them. His questions were answered.
A man started his vehicle to warm it up only to return and find it gone. He called police to report it stolen, but then discovered his friend had taken and returned with the vehicle.
A woman, described as spiteful, was told she was not welcome at a gas station after yelling at an employee who told her not to loiter in the area after she had been parked at a gas pump for a long time.
Montana Highway Patrol responded to a report that came in at 8:59 p.m. on Friday that a vehicle hit a power pole on Whitefish Stage Road near Glacier Bank. Someone stopped to see if there was anyone inside the vehicle when a couple drove up advising the person they had given the injured driver a ride to the emergency room. Officers went to check on the driver and learned that a woman, who was also in the vehicle, was walking toward Evergreen.