A drunk driver reportedly hit a building on Idaho Street and a maintenance man before driving off to a gas station according to a report from Flathead County Sheriff’s Office. The victim refused medial attention. The man was also seen doing doughnuts in a parking lot. The man was taken to the hospital for a blood draw.
Some 17-year-old punk reportedly got in a neighbor’s face on Mountain View Drive in Kalispell when asked to move his vehicle that was blocking the neighbor’s driveway. To add insult to injury, the teen’s friends allegedly videotaped the incident, leaving the person fed up. At the end of the day, the neighbor said they would work out the issue on their own.
Now we can add our voice-activated personal assistants to the list of people who just don’t know how to listen. Siri was blamed for accidentally dialing 911 from a man’s phone while he was driving on Whalebone Drive Kalispell.
A rental property owner reported “not-good renters” on Wettington Drive in Kalispell were evicted and allegedly stole several items from the house.
Someone wanted medical personnel to check on a man seen lying on top of a sleeping bag in a ditch on U.S. 40 in Columbia Falls, but may have spoken too soon when the man got up and started walking with the sleeping bag on his shoulder.
Someone on U.S. 2 in Marion found a small gun that a person had left and didn’t want to touch it, requesting a deputy to pick it up.
A dog hitched a ride when it jumped into someone’s truck on Hawks Lake Lane in Whitefish. The dog had a camo collar with no tags. It was transported with another dog to the county shelter.
A woman on Park Avenue in Hungry Horse was probably in disbelief when someone “just drove off” in her vehicle. The vehicle was located on Third Avenue South, but the keys were missing. The owner was pleased the vehicle was found and did not wish to pursue the issue further.
A resident was hell-bent on shutting down the merriment at a Nucleus Avenue business and reportedly called Columbia Falls Police Department three times. The first time, he stated “they need to shut it down right now,” and hung up on dispatchers. The music was turned down according to officers. Dispatchers received another call, likely from the same man, who was “super angry” about the purported noise. Officers reportedly couldn’t hear the music while standing outside the business. The man called a third time to describe the music as “pounding” his windows. Once again, dispatchers told him that officers had responded and asked the business to turn it down, and he, once again hung up.
A “kid” attempted to steal a beer from a gas station on Ninth Street.
A man allegedly showed up at the door of a residence and reportedly asked a mother’s son who was at home before heading toward Talbot Road. The mother, however, suspected the 15-year-old may be lying when he didn’t tell her anything more and had drunk “all the beer in the house and won’t listen to her.”
A woman on Nucleus Avenue advised police that it was her dog that set off motion-detecting security system.