Monday, December 06, 2021

Law roundup: Resident gets dirt on trespasser

by Daily Inter Lake
| November 14, 2021 12:00 AM

Flathead County Sheriff’s Office received a report from a Marion resident who allegedly ran a truck off his property with a deer hunting rifle after the trespasser reportedly dumped a truckload of dirt by his boat. He asked deputies to ban the person from the entire subdivision.

A driver reportedly parked their vehicle in Hungry Horse in such a way that it blocked traffic and then got out holding a beer.

A Kalispell landlord claimed a tenant had been “acting like a lunatic” for about a month and had been served an eviction notice.

A woman in Lakeside was allegedly hit twice by a man, however, she refused to answer deputies' questions. Both parties had been drinking and the man left.

Possibly the same woman in Lakeside called dispatchers and allegedly started yelling obscenities and cursing about deputies not taking her report, saying she was elbowed in the face twice. She continued screaming obscenities and dispatchers attempted to transfer her, but she hung up.

A Bigfork employee alleged all his tools were stolen from inside a Kalispell home under construction. He said the doors were locked and it appeared there was no forced entry.

Officers counseled someone on the process of starting a civil suit regarding a stolen TV.

A Kalispell man was probably scammed into sending $2,000 in gift cards to a company claiming to be Microsoft.

A man complained that every time he went to work in an area of Bigfork he was harassed by someone living there and had been followed multiple times.

A Kalispell resident purportedly left a firearm inside a fifth-wheel they sold to a man who now lived out of state. They were concerned the firearm was no longer in his possession and had questions about what to do.

A man driving a car with the windows blacked out was spotted speeding over 100 mph in Kalispell.

A Whitefish resident reported an American flag and flagpole were stolen from her yard and thought the incident was connected to a previous one where her car alarm went off in the middle of the night.

Someone calling from Columbia Falls reportedly had a description of a vehicle that had been stealing flags.

A camper was missing.