A man was not injured, just stunned, when his boss allegedly slapped him in the face with both hands in a store parking lot on West Idaho Street. The man reportedly told Kalispell Police Department he was not sure how he wanted to proceed because his boss was purportedly also a relative. The man was concerned about his job and lost wages and thought a police report might help with unemployment.
A passerby was suspicious of a man walking on Third Avenue West and told police he was allegedly yelling that “God will take care of him,” and wearing four baseball caps. The man, in turn, was reportedly upset that people were interrupting his constitutional.
Police responded to a report from a man whose ex wife went ballistic when she showed up the house and yelled at him why he supposedly let the house go into foreclosure, then threw a child’s plastic chair, breaking it. He also believed she punched a new TV when he walked into the bathroom.
Someone was concerned about a woman in a U-Haul parked “under the bridge” for about an hour. The person thought she appeared to be crying and tried to check and see if she was OK, but she wouldn’t answer. The woman was moved along.
A man left his Jeep at a location after locking his key inside and returned the next morning with a spare key to find it gone. The man checked with a store clerk who said they didn’t have it towed.
A fast-food restaurant manager on Ninth Street told Columbia Falls Police Department that a trailer full of tires had been parked in the lot for a week. Apparently, the trailer was known by officers who recognized it from a previous report where it was parked in a school parking lot.
Someone on Wisconsin Avenue told Whitefish Police Department that someone threw a metal stake through a window on a “special home” they were building. The caller said this was the fourth time they had reported issues at the house and, in past, thefts had occurred and rocks thrown through the windows.
Someone on Central Avenue did not find it funny when a male allegedly threw snowballs at them and was standing on a corner “just harassing anyone” who walked or drove by.
A man on U.S. 93 yelled at people who were allegedly attempting to break into his trailer to leave him alone. The people were banging on the door and saying they were going to kick his (expletive) and to give them back their things.
Someone on Texas Avenue felt the need to tell police three dogs a person was walking pooped in their yard and the mess was not cleaned up. The caller wanted police to counsel the person on their negligence.