Law roundup: Obnoxious man not welcome in store
| May 18, 2022 12:00 AM
A Kalispell employee asked the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office to remove a man from the store because he was acting erratically and being obnoxious.
A herd of goats was standing on the shoulder of a highway across from a waterpark and someone was worried they would get hit.
A woman who had trouble standing was reportedly wandering a Kalispell parking lot and someone was concerned she was going to wobble into traffic.
Five horses were on the loose on Farm to Market Road and a woman put them in her pasture. She didn’t know where they came from. They didn’t have any brands.
A woman picking up her daughter from a babysitter allegedly found out that a neighbor had watched the kids for a little bit and was kicking and spanking babies.
Thirty corral panels valued at $150 a piece were reported stolen in Whitefish.
A welfare check was requested for a man on his hands and knees on the corner of a highway.
An intoxicated and belligerent man at a Whitefish tavern allegedly threw a drink at a person’s friend and was swearing and threatening to kill people.
Someone broke into a coffee stand in a Kalispell parking lot and damaged the door.
A Marion resident was allegedly scammed through a friend’s hacked Facebook account when she received a text message from them asking if she wanted to make money. She agreed to make a Facebook post and was asked by the supposed company for a copy of her ID, which had her social security number on it, and bank accounts.
A man called the Kalispell Police Department to complain about a semi parked across the street from his apartment. The driver, he said, was sleeping. He was adamant about semis not being allowed to park there and wanted to talk to an officer. An officer asked the driver to move along.
A man with a hunting knife on his side was reportedly found inside a building by a resident who claimed he was trespassing. Officers didn’t find evidence of any crime.
A woman who reportedly had stolen from a location in the past returned to the scene, stealing food and clothing items and the store wanted to press charges.
An employee reportedly fired for vandalizing a vehicle returned to his former employers wearing all white, which made someone suspicious. He was moved along and told not to return.
Two men got into an argument about one parking and blocking the other’s vehicle. The parties were separated and the vehicle was moved.
Someone allegedly saw a man either sleeping or passed out in a vehicle with the windows rolled up and said he started feeling bad because he didn’t call officers right away to request he be checked on. The man was gone when officers arrived.