A woman reported her “crazy” roommate to the Kalispell Police Department for going naked around the apartment and leaving the shower on.
A woman was seen driving the wrong way down two one-way streets.
Someone wanted extra patrol because a large pile of branches was spotted by a softball field.
Someone accidentally locked young children in the car while it was running. A friend soon arrived to unlock the car.
A family was worried the daughter was missing after her mom picked her up. They eventually found her at the library.
Someone repeatedly called a store to ask about their hours but then also asked more personal questions of the female receptionist.
There was a serious debate about the true identity of a dolly to determine if it had been stolen. It appeared to have been spray-painted but the parties involved concluded it was not the stolen dolly.
Someone was concerned about a car in a parking lot with its doors open for an extended time. The doors were later closed.
Someone reported a young boy who was throwing a temper tantrum because his mom went to the store without him.
A gas station employee quit his job but refused to leave the convenience store.
A vague “concerned citizen” didn’t want to talk to the 911 dispatcher about his concern but insisted on connecting with an officer to tell him about “something disturbing” he witnessed that morning.
Someone complained about a neighbor he overheard being loud and using foul language. The unhappy neighbor informed the police they “are welcome to listen to [them] through [his] fence.”