5 guys at a steakhouse raise concerns
Someone eating at a steakhouse thought five men in the nearby alley were so “oddly spaced” that they should be investigated by the police. He insisted it was very strange the way the men were arranged, but an officer found out they were just taking a smoke break.
A man wearing a dress didn’t have his outfit on all the way and his “private parts [were] hanging out,” according to a call to the Kalispell Police Department.
A distrustful boss demanded a note from the police verifying that his employee’s car had been stolen that morning.
A man noticed a tent on his property. He said he was “not comfortable checking” if someone was inside it. An officer checked and determined there was no one there.
A female caller made multiple “harassing calls” every day to a man who was selling a car. He blocked her number.
A driver reported an “ongoing issue” with children playing with a bucket of toys in a street. An officer spoke to their father and determined there was “no crime, no neglect.”
Someone called the KPD because they were concerned a person sleeping outside “would not make it through the night with as cold as it may get.”
Someone held onto a “black dog with a long nose” until its owner was located.
A woman stated her neighbor “takes his dog to pee in her yard on purpose.” She wanted to know her rights and how to make the neighbor stop, since she had previously asked him to desist and he continued allowing the dog to relieve itself on her property.
A woman claimed her roommate deliberately vandalized her apartment after she found coffee spilled in the residence. A KPD representative thought it did “not sound like there was any intent to damage/destroy property.”