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Law roundup: Pranksters left with egg on their faces

by Daily Inter Lake
| March 31, 2024 12:00 AM

A girl and her friend were allegedly throwing eggs at cars in a parking lot when the occupants of a vehicle got out and kicked her truck, leaving dents.

A store called the Kalispell Police Department requesting extra patrol after two best friends were fired. One of the individuals reportedly stabbed items in the walk-in freezer and the other threatened to spray paint the building. 

Officers received a later call about a recently fired male who allegedly spray-painted the walls in the men’s bathroom. 

A gray BMW with a "yellow student driver sign" on the back allegedly sped around the block a few times in a residential area.

A woman complained that a man on the sidewalk, about 50 feet from her residence, was watching her from the bushes. The last time she allegedly spoke to him was about two weeks ago to tell him not to speak to her anymore and he had not attempted contact since then. She also previously applied for two orders of protection and was denied. 

The officer tried explaining that a man looking in her direction was not a criminal act.

Flathead County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a Marion who fell through ice into a pond. He was holding on to a paddleboat about 100 feet from shore and couldn’t pull himself out of the water. He said he went out after a calf fell through the ice.

Two friends were allegedly getting out of a vehicle when a strange man approached them and started yelling and then punched one of them in the back of the head. They saw him again on Center Street from Main.

Dispatch answered a call from Kalispell where a woman was heard yelling to a man, “You’re not going to hold me captive now.” Then, the man said, “Hello, 911,” and reportedly told the woman she needed to learn a lesson. The woman allegedly said he was going to beat her up in the bedroom and he told her she was going to jail. The line went silent. On a callback, the open line remained silent.

Two doses of Narcan and CPR were administered to a man lying on the ground in Kalispell who had turned a blue hue. He started breathing and declined to be taken to the hospital.