Law roundup: Roommate cashes in on errand request
A man on Dolphin Drive in Kalispell told Flathead County Sheriff’s Office he asked his roommate to buy him some items at the store and gave her his debit card. She allegedly took $80 out for herself and never returned with the requested items.
Someone on U.S. 93 in Whitefish reportedly wanted to cancel a complaint about his boat being stolen after finding it in a different part of a lot while on the phone with dispatchers.
A woman calling from U.S. 93 claimed her mother and brother-in-law were trying to steal her dog. She was given advice and advised it was a civil dispute.
A group of adults with a live band on Legendary Lane were asked to tone it down after receiving a noise complaint from a woman on Electric Avenue. She called two more times and officers once again told the band to quiet down.
Someone dumped water on a planter that was reportedly on fire in front of a building on Grand Drive in Bigfork and they advised officers it was smoldering. The caller also reported an issue with two dogs being let out of their kennels.
Someone reportedly saw the suspect who ran over his mailboxes in a vehicle out at a Montana 35 gas station in Bigfork.
A man had questions about carrying a weapon in a store he was opening in Bigfork.
Kalispell Police Department received a complaint that a transient was loitering outside a location, yelling at people and was sleeping on a bench. The person calling in the complaint called back to cancel the complaint because the man reportedly woke up, got into a vehicle and left.
A man in a vehicle on Reserve Drive in Kalispell allegedly dropped off a cat that was later impounded.