Law roundup: Cleaners get more than they bargained for
| April 24, 2021 12:00 AM
A cleaning crew told the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office they found a box of explosives while cleaning a utility van in Kalispell. The box was collected by law enforcement.
A Bigfork man said he “has a list of ‘happenings’ in the neighborhood that he wants to turn over to a deputy.”
A man who appeared to be intoxicated was caught on camera committing various acts of vandalism in Lakeside.
A Kalispell woman said she got footage of her neighbor “waving a BB gun around and shooting it into the air.” She said the same neighbor previously shot her window with a BB gun, although she didn’t have any proof of the earlier incident.
The Columbia Falls Police Department pulled over the new owner of a truck on Nucleus Avenue and it turned out he didn’t have a driver’s license.
A Columbia Falls man noticed the windows of his car were stolen--but not smashed.
Two men were removed from a bar on Nucleus Avenue after acting disorderly. They were allegedly “saying racial statements” while the business prepared their dinner to-go.
A Subaru was reported for parking in a handicapped spot on Ninth Street without a sticker, but it turned out the vehicle did, in fact, have the appropriate sticker.
A driver who seemed too intoxicated to walk started driving a white truck with Arizona or New Mexico plates in Columbia Falls.