Law roundup: Rude ‘dude’ nowhere to be found
A man walking in North Kalispell allegedly asked a woman if she was a prostitute. However, the Kalispell Police Department officer who looked for him said he was “not seeing any disorderly...dude.”
A utility trailer was parked in a driveway.
An elderly woman was forbidden from returning to a business, but she was able to get help online.
A landlord removed all of a man’s belongings from his rental unit three months before the tenant was scheduled to leave.
Another person had all her belongings moved outside after she left her parents’ house.
A man called the police because he couldn’t find his laptop. A locator app indicated the computer was in the man’s room.
A woman who went to Polson apparently was blackmailed in Kalispell.
A man said he was “concerned about transients moving in” to property that he did not own. According to the KPD, the transient in question was doing “nothing unlawful, just minding his own business.”
A man said he was willing to sign a document about a reckless driver but then his call dropped.
A vehicle was set to be towed after a man sold it, but had not transferred the title. The seller said he couldn’t transfer the title because it was under his wife’s name and she was in Europe. The former owner didn’t want to be liable for towing the car.
Someone lost a wallet with $650 inside it.
Two adults known for being “anti-law enforcement” made multiple calls to the KPD over two days.