Someone had a jarring experience during a walk on Peters Creek Way in Kalispell when a disoriented woman with a rifle on her back reportedly “stumbled out of the woods” and asked to use the person’s phone, then asked where the school was before wandering off. The person thought she appeared to be acting as if she had been drinking and was slurring her words when she said she was “hiking around in the woods and won’t do that again.”
Someone on Woodland Drive in Kalispell told Flathead County Sheriff’s Office that she saw a man and woman yelling at each other inside a vehicle and the woman allegedly slammed the man’s head into the steering wheel.
Someone got a shock on Cobbler Village Terrace in Kalispell when a man reportedly barged into a person’s trailer waving a pistol, then left in a minivan with tinted windows.
Someone on Whalebone Drive in Kalispell had questions about the legality of a roommate allegedly having a camera in the bathroom.
A Cougar Trail resident in Whitefish told deputies that she had camera footage of a neighborhood dog peeing on her porch.
A Columbia Falls parent reported an assault of their 16-year-old son who was reportedly given a black eye after being knocked out in an arena parking lot on U.S. 93 in Kalispell and left there.
A woman hung up on Kalispell Police Department dispatchers, unhappy that her concerns about a friend allegedly not answering any communications about getting her dog back after leaving it with them for a year and a half was a civil matter.
It was a smelly situation on Sixth Avenue East, when someone called to report a residence where “lots of people live” as the epicenter of where someone was reportedly dropping dog poop wrapped in toilet paper into the alleyway.
Someone in a vehicle in Evergreen called police to report a red truck following them and allegedly attempting to drive them off the road when a call came in from someone in the truck. Officers followed the two vehicles and dispatchers advised them to pull into a parking lot. The people in the red truck claimed they were just wanting to know why the vehicle was being driven, that it was in the process of being sold and fixed, and were not trying to cause a problem.