Elderly woman takes on alleged dopers

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An elderly woman in Hungry Horse, who had reached her limits, wanted a “civil standby to kick out all the dopers” from her house including her son. She was advised that her son, and all his friends who had been living there, would need to be legally evicted before Flathead County Sheriff’s Office could assist in removing the alleged dope fiends.

A bail bonds company employee calling from Bear Trail in Whitefish requested deputies be on possible standby to help them catch a suspect. The department declined as per standing policy “against that type of thing.”

A First Avenue resident in Martin City was frazzled by two boys and a girl reportedly beating on his door. The door, which wasn’t damaged, had reportedly sustained several beatings at the hands of about five children. Officers spoke to the children who were warned what could happen if their behavior continued.

Someone loved a car rental so much they allegedly stole it.

Someone in Bigfork called officers to report that people across from the Crater Lake Trailhead were shooting guns despite signs posted “no shooting.” Their vehicles were parked on Jewel Basin Road. A message was left for the Forest Service.

A man wearing a beanie reportedly shoplifted a candy bar according to a Kalispell Police Department report.

A property manager told police tenets have been telling her that a suspicious man clad in camo pants and a “Rasta” hat was allegedly wandering around the area looking in windows and checking vehicle door handles.

A man, who allegedly almost caused an accident, got out of his red SUV and hit a woman’s car window before taking off.

Three adults and a baby were kicked out of a hotel and put on a “do not rent” list when they reportedly refused to leave when they were supposed to.

A man, who was sitting on a bench near a guesthouse, allegedly incited the owner to come out and scream in his face that he could not sit on the bench. The incensed man said the owner did not own the block and wanted to talk to an officer because he felt he was not breaking the law in any way. The man was counseled.

A man was heard by many screaming at a woman in an apartment before she left on foot. Police found broken glass from a fire extinguisher and holes in a in a closet door.

Noise coming from an hours-long party on Quarter Horse Lane grated on the nerves of neighbors who called it in. When police arrived, some of the kids fled the scene and hid near a man’s house. When officers left, the music was turned up and kids returned. In all the shenanigans, a window may have been shattered.

An intoxicated man allegedly attempted to steal a can of beer.

A disruptive group of customers were allegedly drinking and smoking electronic cigarettes inside a theater.

Someone on U.S. 35 in Kalispell reported a truck hit a boat in a parking lot.

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