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Law roundup: Fearless dachshund chases off bear

by Daily Inter Lake
| September 18, 2022 12:00 AM

A small bear was reportedly chased off by a small, but fearless, dachshund.

A man with long hair and dressed in all black was allegedly carrying an ax around. While he was not threatening anyone with the ax — he apparently was just creepy enough for someone to call the Kalispell Police Department.

A woman, who appeared to be under the influence of drugs, allegedly thought bugs were crawling around her hair and tried to cut it off. Still bugged out about the situation, she decided to walk to the emergency room to have them remove the insects.

Several men on motorcycles allegedly surrounded a woman and told her she was “not protected.”

A shirtless man was reportedly urinating and camping on a church property.

A Parks and Recreation employee reported a leaf blower was stolen from a mulch pile.

People in a vehicle were throwing trash all over the place.

A man allegedly grabbed two cases of beer at a gas station and tried to leave without paying until someone grabbed him as he started walking out the door.

Medication and jewelry were reported stolen.

Flathead County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a bear and three cubs in a chicken coop in Marion. One of the bears got stuck.

Meanwhile, in Somers, a bear allegedly went through someone’s garbage and sat on their truck before heading up a tree.

Someone was concerned that a sow would try to get at what looked like a bear cub lying in the middle of the road after being hit and be a traffic hazard

Someone reportedly heard six shots and what sounded like a propane tank exploding in Kalispell.

A man’s neighbor allegedly tried to run him over while mowing near the edge of the road.

Someone claimed their luggage had been broken into and items were stolen.

A lawn mower was reported stolen in Kalispell.

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