A Nicholson Drive resident reported that his roommate’s music was too loud.
Someone driving down Highway 93 South complained that the dog in front of her was bobbing around the bed of the pickup as the driver swerved in and out of traffic.
A woman called from Highway 35 in Kalispell claiming that she had locked herself inside her apartment and was unable to find her keys.
Something that sounded like pigs grunting was overheard during an accidental phone call to 911.
Someone reported that their generator was stolen while camped out near the liquor store in Hungry Horse.
Something that looked like a Chihuahua was found near the baggage claim area at the airport. It was taken to the shelter.
Dogs were, and are possibly still are, loose on Lawrence Lane.
A Kalispell man complained that his boss has his speakers and won’t give them back.
A Columbia Falls woman reported that her neighbor often goes out a night and roots around on her property with a flashlight. She believes he is stealing her stuff.
A woman called from Whitefish reporting that a teenaged girl in a “Scooby Dooby Doo” mystery machine pointed a pink shotgun at her.
A Labrador retriever, in a feat of desperation, chewed off its mate’s shock collar and managed to open the latch to the six foot tall gate that contained them.
A Bigfork woman called 911 to see if it really worked.
Two loose and apparently aimless dogs were seen standing in the middle of Lower Valley Road.
A resident on Rocky Meadows Loop reported that the neighbor man was in his front yard pouring week killer on his lawn.
A woman called 911 to report that she had been chased down Pleasant View Drive by a 10 pound Pomeranian.