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.
Two horses were spotted wandering down the North Fork Road.
A complaint was made about a trampoline that had been set up in the middle of Highway 206 near Columbia Falls.
Numerous calls were made about a shoeless drunken man walking down the center lane of Highway 35 in Bigfork. One caller nearly hit him and another requested permission to tackle him.
A resident on Farm to Market complained that the area sounds like a “war zone” due to one neighbor’s fascinations with fireworks.
Someone found an old chest full of toys on Wild Horse Island.
A Hungry Horse man complained that his neighbor threw a rock at him.
Someone called from Bigfork complaining that the town smelled as though a marijuana field had caught on fire.
Someone was stung by a bee while standing near a garbage can at the fair.
A Bigfork resident complained that his neighbor has held sixteen illegal weddings at his house this summer.
A bushy-haired man driving a van with triangles on it reportedly sped through two stop lights on Highway 93 North.
The disruptive sound of “hollerin” was heard in the Columbia Falls area.