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Law roundup: Drunk man needs help getting home

| April 5, 2021 12:00 AM

A man was allegedly too drunk to get himself home and someone wanted help from Kalispell Police Department.

Extra patrol was requested after school hours after a 14-year-old was reportedly followed while walking home by a man, possibly in his late teens or early 20s. The man allegedly asked the youth for her phone number, but she declined and kept walking.

An employee reportedly told Kalispell Police Department a man in a room was being verbally abusive and not following their policies.

A woman’s ex allegedly threatened her all night. The alleged threat was that he was going to turn off her phone.

Someone was taking out the trash when they thought a man in a pickup was convulsing. The man said he was taking a nap.

A used need was found and collected for disposal.

Someone saw a woman steal items by putting them in a backpack. She received a citation.

A man and woman were allegedly heard having a disagreement in an alley.

Someone was reportedly uncomfortable using an ATM in a foyer where a woman was sitting with luggage and a dog.