Law roundup: Man wants his money back from casino
A man at a casino allegedly put money into a machine and started playing when he was told someone else was using it and an employee asked him to leave, according to the Kalispell Police Department. He reportedly got upset and demanded he get his money back. He claimed two men then grabbed him and threw him to the ground.
A man dressed in all black was suspiciously standing near a green power box on the edge of someone’s property for about 30 minutes and then slowly walked away.
A motel employee told police a man with unkempt hair and an ice bucket was hassling guests and causing a disturbance. The man, who was not a guest at the motel, was moved along. The employee called later to report the man had returned and was once again hassling guests and said they believed officers had the keys to his vehicle parked nearby.
A man who seemed very high to someone reportedly left a location with two children in tow and drove away.
A man reported his Xbox and car keys were stolen and thought other items were taken as well.
Someone thought drug activity was going on behind a store because a vehicle had its blinker on for 15 minutes and a driver opened an umbrella outside the window. A woman was moved along.
An employee reportedly called dispatchers on behalf of a customer with a black eye who wanted to talk to them and needed to go to the hospital. He left before officers arrived.
A vehicle was egged during the night. The perpetrators left a trail of shells in their wake.
A man clad in white shorts, a red coat and pink hat was purportedly standing in the bicycle lane with a grocery cart, talking to himself, and someone was concerned he would get hit.
Someone allegedly punched out the window of a woman’s vehicle in a parking lot and the caller thought she knew who the suspect might be via a social media posting.
A possibly intoxicated man with long dark hair allegedly jumped into traffic but then got out of the roadway.
Someone alleged a car tried to run them off the road.
People in a room were reportedly taking pictures of employees from a window and one of the guests was not allowed to be on the property.
A man was allegedly screaming and yelling at customers in a grocery store and the manager told officers “he’s definitely on something,” and wanted him moved along.