A concerned Kalispell resident reported seeing a dog that “sits weird” in their neighborhood. They believed the animal was being abused. Law enforcement found the dog and its owner and learned that the pup just likes to sit on her hip instead of her butt and otherwise is a totally normal and healthy animal.
The first “brodies” of winter were being spun in Columbia Falls.
A Columbia Falls woman reported that her neighbor’s cats walk into her house, eat her cat’s food and then swat at it. Apparently these cats have no regard for the law.
A Kalispell resident had two unwanted dogs at his house. He reported that they were “very friendly.”
A Bigfork man demanded help “Now!” after he locked himself out of his car. When the man was told it would be best for him to call a locksmith, he replied that he already tried to do that but he couldn’t get ahold of anyone. He also said he was cold.
A Kalispell man complained that his neighbor was practicing an instrument very loudly. Apparently the neighbor isn’t any good at playing it.
A Somers woman wanted law enforcement to do a welfare check on her ex-boyfriend because he had sent her a link to a sad Johnny Cash song on YouTube.
A chocolate Lab in Kalispell was spending his evening chasing children and cars, much to the dismay of everyone in the neighborhood.
A Kalispell man got into a fight over money with his brother. The brother allegedly assaulted the man who in turn made a “citizens arrest” by tying up his brother with duct tape.
A drunk and belligerent Columbia Falls man parked his truck on the train tracks. The man was advised that was not an ideal parking spot and BNSF Railway was advised not to run any trains until they got the truck off the tracks.
A stylish white poodle with a pink John Deere collar was found in Kalispell.
A Kalispell resident “just doesn’t want to deal with the cops right now.”
Some Kalispell teens were recklessly driving around town. They were last seen on the side of Springcreek Road where they had lost at least one wheel.
Someone else found a dog named “Hey Dog.”
A Canadian called the sheriff’s office and asked, “What the heck is going on down there?” It’s unclear if anyone had an answer to that question.