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Law roundup: Sheep find greener pastures in other yard

by Daily Inter Lake
| June 10, 2024 12:00 AM

Five sheep spent a morning grazing in someone’s yard in Columbia Falls who didn’t know where they belonged.

Someone called the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office because they were reportedly “uncomfortable” with people shooting guns into a gravel pit across the road from them in Kalispell.

A driver was allegedly nodding off in Kalispell where two lanes of traffic were backing up.

A man started to “come out of it” after he reportedly received multiple doses of naloxone, a medicine used to reverse an opioid overdose.

A woman allegedly throwing her arms around and scratching her head led someone in Kalispell to tell deputies they thought she was on drugs.

Kalispell Police Department responded to a report that a skinny man with multiple ear piercings and long hair reportedly slapped someone’s car and screamed, “I want her,” pointing at their 4-year-old daughter. The parent wanted officers to counsel the man about his disorderly behavior.

A woman was allegedly living in a vehicle with smashed-in windows that was parked in an alleyway and was blocking traffic.

A driver reportedly seen with a pill bottle was swerving around traffic in a gray Toyota Camry.