Law roundup: Man’s 911 emergency is love related
| October 29, 2023 12:00 AM
A Whitefish man allegedly called 911 numerous times to wax poetic. Once he told dispatch his emergency was “love related.” Another time, his emergency was that, “You can’t let love go.” Yet another time his emergency was that “The world was at war” and he just wanted happiness and peace. He was advised that the continued misuse of 911 may result in a ticket.
A later call to 911 came in from possibly the same man who reportedly rambled about wanting to be picked up by officers to spend Christmas with them and about his love for tattoos. He said that his roommate thought he was better than him and did not feel safe. When asked if he was OK, he said he believed “they put something in the water” and had been up for days. He said he did not use alcohol but smoked weed. He denied a mental health or medical evaluation.
A woman called the Whitefish Police Department to report a black bear cub in her backyard looked cold and she didn’t see its mother
A woman wearing a brown puffy jacket, who was with a man in an old green Ford Explorer, allegedly shoplifted soda and makeup.
In a possible sign of the apocalypse, someone called the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office to report seeing four horses running down the road in Kalispell.
A man allegedly went inside a Kalispell store “high on something” and became aggravated and combative when an employee refused to sell him something.
A man sitting in the passenger seat of a car being driven by a drunk driver reportedly tried to fight people in the parking lot of a Kalispell business.
A man was allegedly heard pounding on the walls all night in Kalispell.