Kalispell Police Department responded to a vehicle that reportedly hit a 7-year-old behind a business on U.S. 93 North. The child was conscious and breathing, but unable to get up and had a badly bleeding foot.
A highly intoxicated man seen lying in bushes and on a sidewalk was allegedly yelling at customers. An employee requested medical personnel respond.
A man dressed in a maroon hoodie, who may have been drinking, was reportedly yelling, beating on someone’s door, cursing and running up and down the hallway. He was counseled on his behavior.
Later on, someone reportedly saw a man — wearing a maroon hoodie — smash a vehicle’s windows with a 2-by-4 in the North Main Street area. The skinny man with long hair then allegedly rode off on a bicycle in the middle of the road yelling at cars passing him. Police tracked the suspect down on West Washington and Second Avenue West North.
A drunk, bearded man was reportedly being belligerent to a front desk employee at a hotel and refused to leave when asked. The man, who was a guest, but not for long, was allegedly smoking in a room where he wasn’t supposed to be. The man was said to have yelled and screamed and threatened to sue the front desk manager.
An anxious man told police his home was burglarized when someone may have gained entry through the basement door and taken four or five boxes that were missing. The missing boxes may have contained model cars and an older camera, but he couldn’t be certain what else was in them since they supposedly had been in the basement for 15 years.
A woman in the parking lot of a Hutton Ranch Road store reportedly received a threatening phone call from a man who said, “he is a captain and he will marry her then kill all eternal (sic) affairs staff.”
A man allegedly pointed a pistol at employees before leaving in a vehicle.
What someone thought was a baby crying in a vehicle parked in a Hutton Ranch Road store, was probably a small dog that officers located. The person calling in the report said they were unable to see through the tinted windows.
A man believed someone might be poisoning his dog with laced tangerines. The man purportedly found the tangerines in his backyard and a baggie in the front yard that smelled like detergent and looked like it could be a form of rat poison. The man said the dog was poisoned earlier this year from something found in a park that caused an adverse reaction.
An older man wearing a navy-colored hat and driving a pickup reportedly honked and cursed at a woman and flashed a badge. The upset woman said she felt like she should be treated with more respect and whoever flashed the badge at her was “unprofessional and rude.” She did not want to give any contact information to dispatchers and reportedly became more upset when they attempted to gather more information.
Someone reportedly got a photo of a man using a screwdriver to try and open a door.