Law roundup: Motorist bears brunt of egging in C-Falls
Someone reportedly threw eggs at passing cars on Nucleus Avenue. A woman told the Columbia Falls Police Department her back window was hit by an egg when she drove past a bar.
Someone who might have needed a more secure form of storage said “TVs, computers and more” were stolen from an RV parked behind his location.
A window was broken on U.S. 2.
A woman demanded another woman leave a property where she was using a plug-in. The caller said the woman was “stealing power” and she wanted her to be cited for “theft of services.”
Two people lived in a vehicle for two months before someone complained and asked the authorities to get the couple to move along.
A plastic lawn chair was broken into multiple pieces and scattered in a street. The pieces were collected and thrown away.
Two men were told not to be at a location on Nucleus Avenue after hours.
Someone was warned about parking in the wrong direction on Martha Road in Columbia Falls.
Some cleaners found a bucket and a siphoning hose, plus evidence of tampering with a coin machine, when they went into work one morning.
A dispatcher overheard whistling, singing and then, surprisingly, an “agitated” man on a 911 call.
A woman suspected a man might have stolen a car battery.
A driver on Eighth Street was warned for driving with no lights.
A Good Samaritan found a wallet, then decided to leave it on a ledge because he had to leave for work.