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Law roundup: Bar patrons can't handle closing time

by Daily Inter Lake
| May 29, 2021 12:00 AM

A woman went behind a bar, threatened to hit a bartender and then refused to leave the establishment. Once someone called the Kalispell Police Department, the woman left with four other females — "all intoxicated."

A man in his 70s was "walking around and harassing customers" at a store before law enforcement intervened. The man was allegedly "asking inappropriate questions" of other shoppers.

A 24-year-old woman who doesn't have a phone went to the department's lobby to report someone making videos of her online without her permission.

A man called police about "a person who he is concerned has something wrong with him." The caller wouldn't specify exactly what might be wrong with the other person, except that he apparently ate some flowers. The concerning subject eventually wandered off.

A man in his 20s was beating on some garage windows until he broke one of them and walked away.

A woman told a dispatcher she "wanted to make a complaint" but then said, "Never mind, you're not a cop." On a call back, it seemed everything was OK with the selective caller.

A man and woman started "screaming and fighting" in a parking lot. Then they left.

A man who "seemed unstable'' pushed a shopping cart into a roadway.

A woman said she was being "harassed all day" by a man who is always "looking in her apartment or hovering" whenever she has guests over.

Some golf clubs were "ditched" in a man's yard. He said he was "concerned they [were] expensive."