Law roundup: Woman suspicious of lurking creepy man
Woman suspicious of lurking creepy man
A creepy man was lurking around Cedar Drive in Kalispell and leaning on fences as if he was casing homes. A woman told the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office at one point, he tried to open her gate and she yelled at him. He left but came back 12 hours later with a “very full” backpack.
A man on Lower Lost Prairie Road in Marion allegedly told someone he planned to use an escape tunnel leading from his basement room to the outside to possibly “ambush any invading feds.”
A woman on First Street in Columbia Falls reportedly asked officers for help to retrieve her cat, which had wrapped itself around cords behind the dryer and she couldn’t get to it because she is pregnant. She called back to report her cat was unstuck.
Suspicious people were sitting on Kinshella Road in Kalispell in an area where there had been recent thefts.
A man was reportedly trespassing on someone’s Ridgewood Drive property in Kalispell and impersonating a private investigator.
A bald man wearing all black was sitting in a vehicle outside a bar and threatening to come back in, even though he had been cut off from being served three hours before.
A woman told the Columbia Falls Police Department she was being terrorized by people across the street at a “crack house” and the situation was worsening. She said people were driving by and yelling expletives at her and filming her.
Something was dragging underneath a plow and throwing sparks everywhere on Ninth Street.
A man believed he saw the suspect who might have stolen his guns.