Alleged bicycle thieves beat man up

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A man told Kalispell Police Department that he was being followed by a black car while riding his bicycle home when the vehicle allegedly pulled in front of him and three people wearing red bandannas on their faces beat him up and stole his bicycle.

A man claimed a barefoot woman carrying a briefcase grabbed his phone from him and then gave it back. The man thought she was on drugs because she wasn’t making sense.

Someone left a vehicle with no license plates in a man’s driveway. Police called the registered owner, who reportedly sold the vehicle, which was “on its last legs,” to a man a few months ago who paid cash and drove off. The owner thought he mailed the title to the man, but couldn’t remember.

A woman showed up to a food kitchen reportedly yelling, acting belligerent and then started sobbing uncontrollably.

A woman thought people who were being very loud when they stomped and dropped things over the course of seven nights in an upstairs apartment were “doing it on purpose to scare them.” Police knocked on their door and heard people inside talking and playing a loud video game, but no one answered. The woman was advised to contact property management.

Between two to four people were yelling at each other outside someone’s house. The person calling in the report said it sounded like one person owed money to the other.

A customer reportedly refused to leave a business after an employee refused to serve him beer because he was too intoxicated.

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