Law roundup: Man doesn’t heed T-shirt advice
| June 6, 2023 12:00 AM
A customer allegedly wearing a T-shirt that read “Keep Calm …” reportedly kicked in the door of the business, breaking the glass.
Someone called the Kalispell Police Department out of concern that a young girl reportedly kept getting very close to the road. It didn’t appear as though the two women she was with were watching her. They also told police they saw a man defecating against a wall. Officers issued a citation to the man and were unable to locate the girl.
Officers received an indecent exposure report allegedly involving a man at a park where children were present.
A woman allegedly assaulted another woman, leaving bruises.
A panhandler and his two children and wife reportedly wouldn’t leave when asked by a property manager. The manager called back to disregard their request to move them along when they eventually left.
A man with tattooed forearms, who looked around 35, reportedly stole a tent and a Yeti cooler and was picked up by a Chevy sedan with blacked-out windows and temporary license plates in the parking lot.
Officers moved along a man who was allegedly screaming obscenities in a parking lot.
A couple was reportedly being harassed by the woman’s ex despite having a temporary restraining order against him.
A woman was reportedly experiencing a mental health crisis when she began chasing customers whom she believed had her money.
A man calling the Columbia Falls Police Department from the lobby began yelling at dispatch about finding a bullet in someone’s room and something bad was going to happen then hung up. Officers made contact with the man.
Someone allegedly heard yelling and began recording a man wearing dice earrings and white sunglasses when he smashed a vehicle window. Officers made contact with a woman who said she got into an argument with her boyfriend and he punched out the window of his car.
Teens’ harassment of a youth escalated when they allegedly got into a black car and slowly drove by, pointing a toy gun at him, while he walked home.
A 9-year-old and their friend reportedly spray painted a park dumpster and someone wanted advice on what to do because the child had been acting up a lot recently.