A dog attacked a deer in a Whitefish backyard. The owner of the dog called 911 to ask that they put the deer out of its misery but partway through the call announced that it looked as if the deer might pull through.
A Kalispell woman called 911 and said that while she understands “cats are free spirits,” she was having trouble with a cat in her neighborhood getting into fights with her cat. She was advised to call animal control about the feisty feline.
A local man called 911 because he was concerned about “Antifa” putting up posters around town.
A Flathead County man was threatening anyone who complained about his loud and obnoxious music.
A Kalispell resident brought a cat with its head stuck in a jar to the local animal shelter. The cat’s head was removed from a jar and it is now living at the shelter.
A Kalispell resident called the police because their neighbor’s plants were dead and they were concerned that the neighbor was too.
A Kalispell resident reported finding a Craigslist ad “calling for all clowns to rise up” and meet at Woodland Park later that day. The “clowns” were also advised to “bring your tools.”
A Columbia Falls resident got a mysterious letter stating, “I know where you live,” which seems pretty redundant because they sent the letter to the recipient’s house.
A Kalispell woman called 911 because the ancestry DNA kit she purchased online did not work. She was asked if she had called the customer service department at the company she purchased the kit from. She had not.
Two Columbia Falls dogs were harassing deer.
Eighteen hours after daylight saving time a Kalispell man was still very confused about what had happened.
A Kalispell resident found a man lying in the middle of Airport Road. The resident feared that the man had been struck by a car, but it turns out the guy had gone for a walk, got tired and thought the street was the ideal spot for a nap.
2:30 p.m. A Kalispell resident was worried about her neighbor’s pig named Pig. Apparently, Pig has not left his little pig house in a number of days.
A man with a suspended license was cruising around town drinking from a large bottle of vodka and breaking multiple laws at once.
A Bigfork resident reported two dead llamas and a hog in her neighborhood. She wanted to remain anonymous.