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Law roundup: Wine time sends woman on a crying jag

by Daily Inter Lake
| June 30, 2024 12:00 AM

An employee asked the Columbia Falls Police Department to check on and move along a drunk woman lying on the concrete in front of the doors of the establishment, crying about her husband. The employee was unsure about how she got that intoxicated because she reportedly had two glasses of wine.

Officers responded to a report of a 2-year-old wearing only a diaper who was toddling around outside unsupervised. Officers placed the toddler in their patrol car and located the boy’s father outside, looking for the child. The father reportedly said the child crawled out of a first-floor window while he was in the bathroom.

Someone called the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office allegedly uncomfortable with the idea of moving a suitcase sitting in front of the doors of a location in Kalispell. Another employee picked up the suitcase and chucked it in the garbage.

An unstable man in Whitefish reportedly hit someone in the face and pulled a knife on them. They locked themselves in a separate room to get away from him, but he started screaming and slamming on the door.

Bones were reportedly found in or around a 100-year-old barn in Somers and someone called deputies wanting them to verify they were animal bones and not human remains.

Two electric bikes were reported stolen in Kalispell.