Law roundup: No one came in through bathroom window
A woman left her windows open and when she returned home she was convinced her neighbor had entered her house and installed cameras. However, the woman’s paranoia likely resulted from her intoxicated state, and Kalispell Police Department officers determined “there was no evidence of crime.”
Some guests at a hotel complained about other guests they assumed came from another country. It turned out the bothersome guest had mental disabilities, and when officers tried to contact the caller to explain this, they didn’t answer.
A woman said she was being assaulted through “cyber technology,” and not for the first time. Officers couldn’t reach her on call back to get more information.
A man said he had “time-sensitive” information about his stolen SUV, including a suspect he was confident had taken the vehicle. But an officer who talked to him decided his input wasn’t “all that time sensitive” and determined “the male is not the suspect here.”
An Arizona man passed out from using inhalants and people on the scene were worried he would become aggressive when he woke up. Luckily, the caller eventually told officers “the issue [was] resolved.”
A man tried to coerce a woman into dropping a no-contact order against him, but his plan was foiled when a dispatcher overheard him in the background of the call, coaching her on what to say.
A minor motor vehicle accident took place right in front of an automotive store in Kalispell.
A bold driver followed a sedan he said was “swerving all over.” He was advised “not to continue following unless he is going the same way anyway.”
A truck driver allegedly tried to convince someone to get in his vehicle to give him directions.