Saturday, November 28, 2020

The customer is not always right

by Daily Inter Lake
| November 17, 2020 12:00 AM

An angry customer on U.S. 2 in Kalispell allegedly grabbed a cashier’s hand and attempted to yank them over the counter when he was told to leave and then knocked items off a shelf on his way out.

A woman calling Flathead Sheriff’s Office from O’Brien Terrace in Bigfork reportedly heard someone banging on the front door, but no one was there. She also thought she saw a red security light on at a neighbor’s residence and a car parked behind a pine tree.

A Bridger Drive resident in Bigfork also called officers when someone allegedly rang her doorbell five times in quick succession. She called back when she reviewed security footage and saw the kids who were responsible.

A man and woman reportedly got into an argument over a vehicle on Sunset Circle in Columbia Falls.

A resident on Lenwood Lane in Kalispell allegedly saw someone steal tires and leave in a blue truck.

A concerned grandson called officers from Browns Meadow Road in Kila after reportedly finding a bullethole in a window after his grandmother found glass on a printer and said people in the neighborhood were “prone to shooting propane tanks.”

“Some guy” was allegedly yelling about getting a phone back and trying to kick in the door of an apartment on Airport Road in Kalispell.

A man on Mission Way in Kalispell reportedly threatened to set a house on fire after breaking a door and screaming at people about being “sick and angry.”

A man on U.S. 2 in Columbia Falls was allegedly seen dragging a woman across a parking lot by her hair. The woman yelled for help and he reportedly took her phone and jacket and ran into a building. She then fled on foot.