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Law roundup: Good Samaritan turns in money left at ATM

by Daily Inter Lake
| May 12, 2024 12:00 AM

A Good Samaritan calling the Kalispell Police Department from Lakeside wanted officers to know he reportedly turned in $200 left at a Kalispell ATM, to the bank.

A man driving a brown Chevy pickup allegedly threatened to run over a man standing in the driveway by a BMW, blocking it, “almost like he was trying to egg the driver to hit him” and the pair continued yelling at each other. Officers advised both drivers how to properly handle a situation like this in the future. Still upset, the BMW driver said he would speak to the city prosecutor about filing assault charges. 

A male passenger in a bright blue Subaru driven by a female reportedly chucked a cup of water at a drive-thru window. The driver did doughnuts in the parking lot.

Officers received yet another complaint about a man with the megaphone. This time someone was concerned about cars getting into accidents because a young man in a military uniform and sitting on a bicycle was using a device that made sounds like a police car.

An aggressive man with gray hair reportedly went into a store and threatened to go behind the counter and asked the employee to hit him.

A bank employee wanted officers to move along a man with a camo bag who was allegedly getting into dumpsters. Officers saw the man sitting on a bench at another location and wasn’t doing anything of a criminal nature.