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Law roundup: Goose on the loose threatens traffic

| January 13, 2022 12:00 AM

A Canada goose was spotted flying above traffic, and someone below the goose was worried it would cause an accident, they told the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office.

A “super hyper” dog tried to get into a woman’s door. She informed law enforcement it wasn’t an emergency.

A woman hired a man to help her move, but after the first day, he left with his payment and a set of her tires.

Someone wanted to know if it was legal for someone else to unplug the power to his camper.

A vehicle was stolen from a parent by their son.

Someone wanted to know if a crew working on a gas line was going to cause a flame or “it would just smell.”

A man was “causing a scene” and breaking things.

The front end of a truck caught on fire.

An unknown person got access to two bank accounts to make payments to two credit cards.

Some subjects barbecuing below a bridge were asked to move along.

A man let a guest stay with him, and the guest took his car.

A vehicle was parked partially on a road in Kalispell.

Someone was pointing a green laser in Columbia Falls.

A Kalispell woman thought she heard rapid gunfire, but she didn’t see anything to indicate there had been firearms activity in her area.

Someone threw something at a car, and then drove off.

Someone called the police out of concern for the state of local roads because they were too “icy and snow-packed.” “You just slide while driving on it,” the caller said.

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