Law roundup: Person wants to know limit on shotgun shells
Someone asked the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office how many shotgun shells a person could have loaded in a shotgun.
A woman on Parkwood Lane in Bigfork reportedly called deputies from a neighbor’s phone and asked for help after she locked herself out of the house. She told deputies she was not dressed for the weather, didn’t have shoes on and did not have access to her phone, which contained phone numbers for friends and family. She was given a ride to get spare keys from another location.
Five dogs were chasing a fawn on Fifth Avenue in Kalispell.
Another dog was reportedly “taking a dump” on Dorothy Street in Columbia Falls. The owner was issued a citation for one count of having a dog at large.
An Electric Avenue resident in Bigfork came home from a trip to find a vehicle blocking their driveway.
Someone calling from Kelly Road in Kalispell reportedly saw a vehicle in a ditch but couldn’t tell what the make of the vehicle was because it was “burned out.”
Tools and compressors were reported stolen off of Montana 35 in Bigfork.
A manager asked deputies to check on a vehicle that had been parked in a lot on U.S. 2 in Kalispell for two weeks.
Someone had questions on how to claim an abandoned camper that had been left on Montana 35 near a bridge for four days. Officers attempted to contact the registered owner without success.
A teen called Columbia Falls Police Department to report a grass fire that was about the size of half a basketball court. The fire was knocked down and no structures were threatened. The teen was riding bikes with someone by a river when they saw it. A black lighter was found in the grass, which no one claimed to know anything about.
Two men and a woman were drinking, being verbally aggressive and refusing to leave a Nucleus Avenue establishment. The trio finally made their way to the backdoor, however, they kept going in and out and trying to start fights.