Man stuffs stolen socks in pants, flees

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Kalispell Police Department received a report about a man seen stuffing things down his pants and then “left in a big hurry.” The man reportedly stole socks and a pair of sunglasses.

A mother and her newborn arrived safely at the hospital after she gave birth to the baby in a vehicle.

Someone reported their house was “paintballed” by someone driving an older SUV that had a loud muffler and said their husband went after the vehicle.

A woman told officers she heard her gate unlatch and her husband went to look outside and yelled at people who allegedly took off.

A woman was suspicious after seeing a truck parked in front of her house by a fire hydrant and three men dressed in dark colors, one of whom carried a backpack, were seen heading northbound on Bismark Street toward Sunnyside Drive. She called back when one of the men came back down the street. The men were then reportedly seen ducking in and out of yards, running toward the truck.

A woman reported being drug by the hair and hit by her boyfriend in a parking lot on U.S. 93 South.

Someone told police they saw a vehicle with an open trunk and a back window broken out and a man throwing stuff, cursing and acting strange. The man then headed down and alley with a backpack. The information was logged, but the vehicle was legally park and it didn’t sound like anything illegal occurred.

A man was allegedly dumping brown, dirty water from his motor home into a bucket and then into the street drain.

A woman was sitting in her parked vehicle when a man reportedly headed toward her gesturing, pointing and uttering racial slurs at her.

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