Monday, December 06, 2021

Law roundup: Man overly compliant with mask wearing

| November 19, 2021 12:00 AM

A man who was forbidden from a location apparently tried to return multiple times wearing masks as a disguise, according to a report to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office.

A small dog that was not aggressive got loose and went “sniffing around” in Hungry Horse.

A seller got the jump on a buyer who purchased a car, then threatened to “call the cops” after inspecting the car.

Someone said their neighbors “have been neglecting their animals,” leaving them “starving, malnourished, [with] no water.”

A dog “critically injured” some livestock.

A disorderly customer refused to leave a Kalispell business.

A Columbia Falls woman called the police because her relative was being “combative” and refusing to listen to her.

A neighbor in Kalispell walked up and down a set of stairs in a hallway, yelling.

Other neighbors were overheard fighting.

A distrustful friend called the police because their friend dropped off a motorcycle, and the recipient of the motorcycle suspected it was stolen.

Someone was suspicious of a man who claimed he was doing a welfare check but didn’t identify himself with any official agency.

A driver called the police because there were “two vehicles driving fast.”

Someone in Coram was seen “walking up and down the street, yelling.”

A “strange character” went through trash cans and dumpsters in Kalispell.

A man was “creeping around some cars,” so someone had a “candid conversation about how he will not be doing that anymore.”