Out-of-town mom concerned about daughter’s welfare

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Someone whose daughter lives in Columbia Falls called from Eureka to report a banging on her daughter’s door and requested that someone check the area, according to the Columbia Falls Police Department.

A woman may or may not have been physically assaulted by her neighbor’s ex-boyfriend before he left in a minivan for an unknown destination.

A man reported that someone who looked “really familiar” punched his window.

Someone called to complain about at least six people being “loud and boisterous” early in the morning in a parking lot near a downtown grocery store in Columbia Falls.

A man was concerned that his wife left the house in anger following an argument, but he canceled the complaint after she returned home safely.

Someone reported an ongoing issue with her neighbor, who is putting yard waste into her neighbor’s truck.

Thieves reportedly drove around a neighborhood stealing items, including a gas can, from different houses.

Police spoke with a dog owner who was going to buy a shock collar for his dog that is constantly barking.

The police advised someone in a minor car accident in a parking lot on how to exchange the proper information following the accident.

A woman spoke to the Kalispell Police about how she felt about the traffic in Kalispell.

Someone contacted the police about a woman she suspected of animal abuse who is living in her vehicle with two dogs, a cat and two exotic birds. The police made contact with the pet owner and concluded the animals appeared healthy and had food and water.

A man who thought certain Salvation Army items were free to the public returned items that were not his upon being informed that the actual sale status of the items needed to be verified before he could take them.

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