Law roundup: Man finds doors kicked out, walls kicked in
A man called Kalispell Police Department when he allegedly came home after being gone for two weeks to find his house had been broken into. He claimed the house was completely torn apart — dressers were tossed, doors were kicked out and walls kicked in. The agitated man said the person who did this was in the garage and that person was his son.
A man’s girlfriend reportedly punched him in the face three times because he accused her of spending “all the money” at the casino. Both parties had been drinking.
Someone turned to the police for help after his vehicle was hit in a parking lot and dented, but the handwriting on a note left behind was illegible.
A man in a park shelter by a pond kept yelling for help, saying he needed a rescue at the ice rink.
A woman was shaken up after a red-haired woman driving on East Idaho almost his her vehicle.
A concerned mother told the police a male she didn’t know was allegedly texting and calling her, thinking she was her 13-year-old daughter.
Two men were allegedly engaged in fisticuffs in a parking lot of a business where they were not guests. The pair stopped fighting and started screaming when they saw an employee was calling the police.
A woman reportedly called 911 and hung up and then called again, saying she believed that someone hacked her phone.
Someone allegedly found their backyard fence damaged and multiple footprints around it.
A man reportedly pushed a girl down and she started crying.
A drunk 21-year-old reportedly started trashing his room and was being verbally abusive to family members. Parties were counseled and the man planned to leave for the day.
A package was reported stolen off someone’s steps.