Someone watched a drunken man successfully pull into the parking lot of a sandwich shop.
A woman called in from out of town to report that intoxicated teenagers have infiltrated her Kalispell home.
A Kila man complained that a bunch of stray cats just showed up at his house.
A Martin City woman reported that “dangerous” cats were eating all of the neighborhood squirrels and birds.
Several mailboxes on East Ridgewood Drive were victimized by a hyper-active individual with a bat.
A Columbia Falls resident reported that someone broke into their dynamite stash.
A Kalispell man reported that someone broke in and stole the weight lifting equipment out of his bedroom.
An intoxicated man refused to pay for the gas he pumped at a Marion gas station.
A Bigfork man reported that the tenant who lives in the basement was angry about the noise upstairs, and, in retaliation, shot a hole through the basement ceiling with his rifle.
Four pickups trucks filled with teenagers were “mud bogging” in someone’s field off of Clark Drive. The owner of the field was not impressed.
Reportedly, a Marion man threw large rocks out onto Badger Hallow Trail then posted a sign warning other drivers of “speed bumps.”
Reportedly, dogs were herding other dogs on Dern Road.
Two loose dogs were spotted on Helena Flats Road.
Airborne pumpkins damaged two mailboxes on West Valley Drive.
A woman on Meadow Hills Road reported that during the night someone backed up to her porch and stole ten pumpkins.