Alleged anti-Semitic comments made at park
A woman told the Kalispell Police Department she was harassed in a park by a man who “was making weird comments about her ‘looking Jewish’ and saying ‘off with your heads.’” The offender, described as a man in his mid-20s with glasses and brown hair, apparently also took the woman’s picture and made her feel “threaten[ed] and uncomfortable.”
Someone got a threat about a potential violent incident at a local mall but it turned out to be unfounded.
A woman said she was being repeatedly harassed by a man and his “female.” She apparently had a no-contact order against the man, although her relationship to the “female” was unclear.
A man wanted to talk to an officer about “some $100 bills he found in an alleyway behind his office.”
A manager at a café was suspicious of a driver with two different Montana license plates. She told an officer the driver often acts “very strange” and asks her female employees out on dates.
A man followed a possible intoxicated driver who was driving down the middle of a road and turned into oncoming traffic. An officer located his vehicle in a driveway but it was unoccupied by the time the officer arrived.
An accident with a microwave caused a small fire in a residence but it apparently didn’t cause much damage.
A woman’s ex-boyfriend reportedly made a master key to her room and then broke in and stole her shoes while she was gone. He texted her a picture of the shoes and threatened to light them on fire.
A man allegedly asked his neighbor to stop lighting fireworks and the neighbor punched him in the face and told him to get off his own property. KPD officers spoke to both neighbors but neither wanted to press charges.
An apartment-dweller was suspicious of a woman outside the complex who was apparently “rambling.” She had a “baggie” full of an unknown substance and the caller suspected it contained drugs, even though she admittedly didn’t see what was in the bag.
A neighbor asked some nearby partiers to quiet down and they allegedly threatened to hit him for this request. An officer contacted the rambunctious bunch and they promised to “keep it down.”
Someone said he heard “screaming and slamming.” He believed he overheard a man complaining he had been hit in the head with a glass bottle, but when officers contacted the couple they said the fight had been verbal only.