A woman on Forrest Hill Road reported that a known chicken killer was in her yard.
There was talk of vicious cat activity on Ashley Lake Road in Kila.
Reportedly, there is a small pack of noisy bull mastiffs residing in the Hungry Horse area.
Numerous reports were made about a joyfully drunken man in a Ford Explorer who was dancing in his seat, waiving his beer can around, and shouting “cheers” at other drivers.
A man on Collier Lane complained that his tenants were doing too much talking and too little moving. He hoped a deputy would come and make them move out faster. His request was denied.
A “wild and difficult” llama has been on the loose and lurking in a field off of Church Drive for the past two days.
A Kalispell man accidentally called 911 while doing pushups.
A woman on Farm to Market reported that someone blew up her fence with a homemade bomb last weekend.
A local man called in with information about a fraudulent coupon.
A Columbia Falls woman’s phone “freaked out” and called 911. There was no emergency.
A Hungry Horse woman claimed that her son’s camp site, which contained numerous tree branches and other forest materials, had been entirely removed. She also discussed her children’s missing shoes, snorkels and rocks.
A stray great dane was confined to the church van after disrupting a service on Whitefish Stage.
Someone called from a local trailer park to report that one of the neighbor ladies has been feeding the skunks, causing an increase in skunk sightings and shamed dogs.
A resident on Lake Loop Drive reported that he heard someone outside destroying his mailbox.
Someone called from Hodgson Road complaining than the enraged passenger of another car brandished his middle finger and threatened him bodily harm.