Law roundup: Driver’s youthfulness gets double takes
A man allegedly glanced over at a vehicle and was alarmed to see a driver and a passenger who didn’t look much older than 10. The sight prompted him to call the Kalispell Police Department.
A man reportedly told an employee that when he came back he’d have a gun despite being told he couldn’t be on the property.
A woman allegedly dropped off letters containing threats over the holidays, which someone reported in hopes she might receive help.
Kids reportedly ran rampant around a neighborhood, hitting and damaging multiple garage doors.
An upset woman showed up at the home of her mother, who was caring for her child, and an argument ensued. The woman allegedly kicked and threw things at her mother before taking the child. Both parties had differing opinions on how to properly care for the child. The child appeared healthy and cared for. The two women were separated.
A property manager reportedly had enough of a skinny man yelling all morning and asked officers to formally ban him from being on the property where he had set up camp.
A teen purportedly scoffed at a resident who approached them about blocking their driveway.
A group of men were hanging out in an alley and allegedly screaming, yelling and being confrontational with each other. The group dispersed.
A welfare check was requested for a man who shook his foot and then laid down in the snow on the side of the road. He told an officer that he hurt his knee and was waiting for someone to bring him ice.
Someone was reportedly using a chain to move multiple non-running vehicles back and forth around a block after they were stickered with notices by police, much to the neighbors’ dismay.
An individual allegedly posted photos of children from an aerial performance studio on social media and accused parents of being sexual predators. Prior complaints reportedly had been made about the harassment and her behavior.