An employee of a local store found a “drug needle” near some checkout stands.
8:32 a.m. A “pointer dog” was at large on Cheery Lynn Drive.
10:56 a.m. A Stillwater Loop resident reported that one habitually loose brown mutt was whining at his doorstep.
3:43 p.m. A Kila man reported that his goats and chickens feel threatened by the local stray dog population.
4:56 p.m. A loose dog was shooed off the Highway and returned to its owner.
5:35 p.m. A potentially drunken driver was spotted on East Idaho Street.
7:55 p.m. Someone in Kalispell is trying to avoid his landlord.
9:21 p.m. A woman on East Evergreen Drive reported that a pit bull was sitting on her doorstep. It was picked up and taken to the animal shelter.
A woman on Shady Lane complained that the neighbors scribbled on her car.
A heated argument over a dead cat resulted in call to 911 and deputy mediation.
Someone who was stuck in the ditch on La Brandt Drive witnessed a man steal something from another resident’s mailbox.
A resident on Bench Drive complained that a snow plow driver left an impenetrable six foot tall berm in his driveway. Apparently, he broke and axle trying to move it.
A distressed man on Church Drive can’t find his snow blower.
Someone saw a “weird” sheep dog in Kalispell.
Someone reported that a drunken chef “threw a fit” and destroyed a kitchen in Bigfork.
Men were overheard talking about helicopters and football during an accidental phone call to 911.
A woman walking down Park Street reported that someone in a car decorated with Transformers nearly hit her.
A drunken man called from his home in Marion to report that two men at the bar tried to stop him from driving and he might have punched one of them in the face.
Two men were spotted shooting at bald eagles on a wildlife reserve off of Highway 2 East.
A Hungry Horse resident was heard screaming obscenities at the sky.
A local man reported that his wife took his stuff and hid it. He found one of the larger items, but the rest remains hidden.