A man called Kalispell Police Department from inside a bathroom because he believed employees locked him inside and he needed assistance getting out. The store was called and an employee said he locked the bathrooms 15 minutes ago and assured law enforcement he would let man out.
A woman was allegedly running around south Kalispell, going in an out of businesses and restaurants “screaming, hollering and beating on things.” She was also said to have threatened people.
A man was purportedly “glancing quickly” at a woman and acting strange. The woman claimed the man drove by her a couple of times, then parked and “was hiding behind his car and staring” at her.
Two men were seen shooting up drugs in a vehicle.
A bag containing two handguns was reported stolen from a vehicle.
A suspicious woman who “looked really rough” was seen getting into a sedan with blacked-out windows.
A jewelry store manager called to thank police for their response when the alarm kept going off.
A Sunset Drive resident in Kalispell complained to Flathead County Sheriff’s Office about a phone book thrown at his house door and supposedly all over the street. Deputies contacted the County Attorney’s Office, which allegedly advised they would not press littering charges for this. The man planned to file his complaint with the phone company.
A Spring Creek Drive resident in Kalispell claimed their garbage was stolen.
A man was reportedly sleeping in a vehicle with a butcher knife on his lap raising someone’s suspicions on Ridgewood Drive in Kalispell.
A woman on Spokane Avenue told the Whitefish Police Department her neighbor reportedly got a phone call originating from Newfoundland where a “young voice” said “hi grandma,” and she thought it was a scam. The woman reportedly believed the caller was “scoping out the elderly, or something,” because she got the same phone call and “got smart” with the girl and the girl hung up.
A woman alleged a man whose “brain was split into seven pieces years ago,” was stalking her and stared at her house.