Law roundup: Lakeside man suspects intentional plowing
A Lakeside resident took a video of his neighbor plowing snow in front of his vehicles. He believed the plowing was intentional, he told the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office.
A tenant told people he owned his apartment, so the apartment owner called the police. He was informed the complaint should be handled as a civil issue.
Two horses got loose in Whitefish.
A dog got out of its residence multiple times in a week and was nearly struck by a vehicle.
A man wanted to know how long he legally had to store the property of his wife, who walked out months before.
A Lakeside woman asked for advice for “multiple issues.”
Someone in West Glacier was willing to follow a reckless driver but not willing to sign a statement about the incident for law enforcement.
A vehicle sat running in a parking lot for an hour and a half. According to the person who reported it, the car was “not in a typical parking spot.”
A man on the side of a road was waving a flashlight.
Someone wanted to report the owner of a vehicle without a license plate, but they wanted to remain anonymous and refused to answer the phone after the initial call to the Kalispell Police Department.
Law enforcement made contact with a woman who told her friend she was going to Egypt.
Extra patrol was added at a pedestrian tunnel in North Kalispell.
A white pickup truck was “spinning brodies” around a woman’s car in the Kalispell Center Mall parking lot.