Reportedly, a young girl was yelling for her mother from the top of a 60-foot-tall tree on Dawn Drive in Kalispell.
A Longwood Drive resident noticed some “punks” scoping out the neighborhood earlier that day.
A Hungry Horse resident reported that he purchased some broken games from the purple-haired man who lives in the camouflaged trailer across the street.
A Bigfork resident reported that the neighbor man was outside shouting obscenities. Apparently, this had something to do with a barking dog.
A resident on Plentywood Drive reported that someone stole his bicycle, but left another less desirable one in its place.
A man on Cayuse Lane reported that someone broke into his car and stole the owner’s manual.
A man claiming to be Barack Obama was seen throwing rocks at passing cars in Columbia Heights.
Someone called in to discuss the presumed intentions of the “strange character” he recently met.
A local man confessed that due to his current state of intoxication, he didn’t know if he would, or should, show up to court in the morning. He was hoping a deputy would counsel him through his dilemma.
A resident on Harmony Road heard someone, or something, outside banging on trees with a stick.
A local man reported that $10 and something, he didn’t know what, had been stolen out of his backpack. He was advised to call back when he knew what had been taken.
A woman on Park Avenue reported that the neighbor’s chickens are constantly at her house, tempting her dogs. One nearly lost its life.
A Hungry Horse woman reported that a man was in the woods, chasing and harassing her. Deputies found the accused man lying on his couch, claiming that he was physically unable to move.
Someone found two presumably stolen refrigerators stashed in a parking lot off of East Oregon Street.
A woman was overheard criticizing another woman during an accidental phone call to 911.