A television reporter called to ask if anything was going on. The dispatcher said they couldn’t think of anything.
A Kalispell resident complained that a big dog was eating all of the food in his front yard. The food is supposed to be for local raccoons.
Some people in trucks were “spinning brodies” all over town.
A Kalispell man called police because his “soon-to-be ex-wife” was slandering his good name on Facebook.
A Kalispell woman called to report that the kitten she saved from the cold a few days ago had turned against her family and bit her child.
Someone was spinning brodies in the depot parking lot in Whitefish.
A Hungry Horse man called police to complain about his neighbor’s plowing technique.
A Martin City woman called to report that her ex-husband was at her house and “high as a kite.”
A Kalispell woman called police to announce that she was leaving her boyfriend once and for all.
A FedEx driver ran over a cherry tree in the process of delivering a Christmas package.
A West Glacier resident called to report that their neighbors had left their pit bull on the porch. They were particularly concerned because the neighbors had recently moved from California and the dog was probably not used to the cold weather.
A Kalispell woman called to report that her brother was “extremely wasted.”
Two patrons of a Kalispell bar were fighting each other. The bartender wasn’t sure what their problem was.
A Kalispell bartender called police to report that a number of his patrons — about six or so — were fighting behind the bar.
A skier riding a chairlift on Big Mountain kept calling 911 to see what runs were open, but every time the dispatcher tried to respond — presumably to say the skier shouldn’t call 911 for a snow report — the call was dropped.