A woman picked up a man walking in the middle of the road with no hat or gloves, according to Kalispell Police Department logs. The man said he had nowhere to stay the night, so the woman gave him $40, dropped him off at a bus stop and asked law enforcement to check on him.
The southbound lane of the U.S. 93 bypass was temporarily closed after a car hit the guardrail.
Two people who were reportedly fired from their jobs for insubordination returned to the business to turn in their uniforms and pick up their paychecks. They claimed the owner refused to hand over the checks and wanted them to sign paperwork stating that they wouldn’t pursue charges against the business for wrongful termination. Police said it was a civil matter.
Crews digging for a water main break near Seventh Street hit a gas line. The surrounding area was evacuated. People were allowed to return home an hour and a half later after NorthWestern Energy repaired the break.
A small baggie of drugs was found on the floor of a casino.
A vehicle in the ditch was blocking traffic on Nevada Street.
A man kept changing his story about how he injured his head. First, he said he fell and split it open. Then he claimed his son or niece caused him to fall. Next, he blamed it on his brother, but couldn’t prove it. Finally, he said he didn’t know who did it, but said someone came up from behind and knocked him out. He refused medical help and asked police to log the information.
A vehicle became stuck in the snow while spinning broadies in the Gateway West parking lot.
A 24-year-old man had questions for police about him having a relationship with a 17-year-old.
An injured doe was limping around a neighborhood. Police said they would let nature take its course.
A man reportedly got on the ambulance radio and said bad things about his care as a patient.