Law roundup ‘Annoying neighbors’ to blame for rodents
A woman called the Kalispell Police Department complaining about “annoying neighbors.” She said the neighbors left so much trash against her fence, it started a mouse infestation.
A bat landed on a student outside a school and the personnel at the school called 911 because they didn’t know what to do.
A man wearing scrubs and “IV tubing around his neck” was reported to the police.
Someone called after a needle was found on the floor, but then they told the dispatcher “everything is fine now.”
A woman left her office unlocked while she was in the restroom, and a man apparently went in and stole her wallet and phone.
A transient person was spotted near some residences. No description of the individual was given.
A driver flagged down a police officer to get directions to the airport.
A woman believed a man with a shopping cart “appear[ed] to be picking a lock” on a quonset hut. He was asked to move along.
A woman alleged her former bodybuilding coach made “unwanted advances” at her a few months before she called 911.
An intoxicated man knocked on a man’s door and tried to put his key into the lock. He continued knocking and trying to enter, even after the person who lived there yelled at him to leave.
A few occupants of a van parked the vehicle and walked away over a hilltop. Someone who watched this series of events felt it was “definitely suspicious.”