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Law Roundup

The Daily Inter Lake's Law Roundup provides daily updates on crime and public disturbance news happening around town. Browse the latest stories below.

Updated 2 years ago

Kalispell man surrenders following SWAT response

Kalispell man surrenders following SWAT response

Updated 3 weeks ago
Law roundup: Brake lines cut after troublemaker moves out

The brake line was reportedly cut on a woman’s vehicle.

Updated 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Law roundup: Case of the suspicious vehicle solved before officers arrive

A resident reporting a possibly abandoned silver Volvo to the Kalispell Police Department had the case broken wide open by the time officers arrived. The vehicle belonged to his grandson, he told authorities.

Updated 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Law roundup: No sanctuary for loiterers

A pastor asked the Kalispell Police Department to kick three people off the property who were loitering near the doors of a church’s sanctuary.

Updated 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Law roundup: Woman wants to put snowball bandits on ice

A woman out walking her dog called the Kalispell Police Department claiming kids were throwing snowballs at her and she was hit in the head by an ice chunk.

Updated 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Law roundup: Man bodychecked by ex

A man allegedly got off a plane and was greeted with a body check from his ex.

Updated 4 weeks ago
Law roundup: Birthday meth leads to entanglement

A man reportedly told the Kalispell Police Department that a woman was angry at him for inviting her over for her birthday but didn’t have any meth and they got into an argument where she punched and kicked him, wh…

Updated 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Law roundup: Ex-employee can’t get over termination

A store owner called the Kalispell Police Department for advice about an ex-employee, who reportedly hadn’t moved on from being fired a year ago, when he began calling the store to harass employees.

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: Woman threatens man with jail over accident

A dispute sparked by a fender-bender left a man worried he had become the target of extortionists.

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: Drunk men can't be runnin’ up that hill

Two men were reportedly too drunk to make it up a hill and laid down in someone’s yard. The resident discovered the drunk men and called the Kalispell Police Department to move them along. However ...

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: 911 caller instructed on how to look up phone numbers

A Kalispell man called 911 complaining about six or eight people with megaphones pointed toward the golf course who were proselytizing about Jesus. Dispatch warned the caller...

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: Ex-girlfriend takes the money and runs

A man reportedly gave an ex-girlfriend $1,100 to buy a truck she was supposed to deliver to a location but instead “ghosted” him. He told the Columbia Falls Police Department that he heard she ran the same scheme o…

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: Tenants vanish before eviction notice is served

Someone told the Kalispell Police Department that they were trying to evict tenants who reportedly vanished along with their pet, leaving their belongings, including their phones, inside the apartment.

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: Man needs dry cleaners stat

A man called 911 asking for a dry cleaning business in Billings.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Law roundup: Hooligans besiege home with sports drinks

Someone allegedly spent a night shooting a carbon dioxide gun at a woman’s house and hurling “Gatorade bombs” on the roof.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Law roundup: Worker doesn’t buy creepy man’s scheme

An employee reportedly saw a white-haired man driving a dark vehicle leave a husky at the location and told the Kalispell Police Department he was being “very creepy” and trying to get her into his vehicle. He also…