Law roundup: Angry customer breaks glass
An angry customer reportedly trying to start a fight threw a pint glass through a window and a person at a glass liquor display.
The Whitefish Police Department responded to someone’s claim that there were 100 cats, including multiple dead cats, in a home. An officer saw one cat that was alive and no dead cats.
A man watching a movie in his home allegedly saw a light turn on upstairs and was concerned a stranger was inside the home. He and his wife hid out in a truck and called the police. Officers cleared the building and everything was OK.
A bartender called the police to report a possibly intoxicated man, who was yelling at them and acting disorderly when he left the bar.
A woman walking her dog allegedly wandered upon a transient camp and told officers there was a red tent that appeared to have been taken down, a backpack and water bottles on the ground. Officers found trash but no evidence of a recent camp.
Someone had questions about panhandling after reportedly seeing a man with a sign.
A customer reportedly paid for vehicle services with two checks totaling $1,000 that bounced on the same day.
A white Jeep Sahara was allegedly driving all over the road and changing speeds.
A sleeping woman hit her phone and accidentally dialed 911.