Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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 3 years, 3 months ago

State says resources limited for road mowing

Mowing the grass and weeds along state secondary highways such as Farm to Market Road is a Montana Department of...

Updated 2 weeks, 4 days ago
5 guys at a steakhouse raise concerns

Someone eating at a steakhouse thought five men in the nearby alley were so “oddly spaced” that they should be investigated by the police. He insisted it was very strange the way the men were arranged, but an off...

Updated 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Law roundup: Baker is toast after burning bread

A baker accidentally set off a business alarm when they took bread out of the oven late at night.

Updated 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Law roundup: Rude ‘dude’ nowhere to be found

A man walking in North Kalispell allegedly asked a woman if she was a prostitute.

Updated 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Law roundup: Neighbors upset with inattentive dog owner

A man allegedly wanted to know what he had to do to “press charges” against the owner of a barking dog in his neighborhood.

Updated 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Law roundup: Woman goes cuckoo over birdhouse crafter

A woman was so upset to see a man outside making birdhouses that she called officers claiming he was damaging the city bench he was sitting on.

Updated 4 weeks ago
Law roundup: Flailing man ‘just being his normal self’

Someone wanted Kalispell Police Department to check on a man’s welfare after they saw him throwing his arms around, waving his shirt, and yelling. Officers checked on the man who was “just being his normal self.”

Updated 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Law roundup: Cameraman eager to share footage

A man’s neighbors said they were worried he was watching them with his security camera. He asked a Columbia Falls Police Department officer to look at his footage to confirm that wasn’t the case.

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: Parents angry after teen pulls down pants

A flustered woman called Kalispell Police Department because she thought a “major fight” was going to happen after a teen, out walking a dog with his father in a parking lot, allegedly pulled his pants down in fr...

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: It’s the wurst: man demands ‘more sausage’

A patient called the Kalispell Police Department “because the registered nurse wouldn’t give him more sausage.”

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: Bible belter annoys park guests

Kalispell Parks and Recreation received a complaint about a man “screaming in the park.” The man told the Kalispell Police Department he was “just reading his Bible and singing loudly.”

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: Large clowder takes hold of area

A man voiced his concern about the “excessive amount” of stray cats in the area to the Kalispell Police Department and wanted to talk with animal control about it.

Updated 1 month ago
Law roundup: Officers collect 'bag of tricks'

A woman allegedly found a suspicious bag next to her fence that contained a work badge, duct tape and box cutters and thought it may be related to an incident she heard about.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Law roundup: Redhead asks man to help take people

A man in his 50s with red hair and a beard allegedly approached another man to ask him if he wanted to help him “take people.”

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Law roundup ‘Annoying neighbors’ to blame for rodents

A woman called the Kalispell Police Department complaining about “annoying neighbors.” She said the neighbors left so much trash against her fence, it started a mouse infestation.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Law roundup: Florida man gets lost near library

A Florida driver called the Kalispell Police Department because he couldn’t find the library.