A nearly dead deer was “flopping around” Willow Glen Drive.
A 4-year-old from Lakeside called up 911 and chatted up the dispatcher for a few minutes. The “talkative” toddler said that his mom recently pulled a baby out of her belly and that his dad was planning on showing him an excavator soon. He also said that his dad was about to “puke.” After a few minutes, the young lad put his dad on the line. The father said everything was fine.
A dog named Reese’s Pieces bit a kid in the face.
An intoxicated man called asking for President Donald Trump’s number.
Someone looking for an early-morning drink tried to break into a Kalispell bar utilizing a credit card.
A needle was found in a dirty snow bank in Evergreen
A Marion man called to report that a local pastor flipped him off.
BNSF employees called to report that two men were standing on either side of the train tracks with gas cans. It was creeping them out.
A Kalispell resident called police to let them know that the roads were bad.
A man with his own puke bucket showed up and made a scene.
A Whitefish resident called to report that while he was at work, his landlord fixed his door that day and apparently stole some change in the process. But the bigger problem was that the bathroom door inside the apartment was shut and locked. The caller said he was concerned that someone was in the bathroom, even though he couldn’t hear anyone in there. Despite the lack of evidence, the caller was ready to “take them down” utilizing a can of pepper spray and a saw. The caller was advised to leave the house and let police take care of the issue. The man then waited outside, still wielding the pepper spray and saw, for police who checked the apartment and found no one inside.
Amtrak called local police to let them know that due to an avalanche, Whitefish was going to have a trainload of visitors for the night.
A Kalispell resident called police to complain that the road department was doing a lousy job of plowing
A driver in Marion called police after spotting someone broken down along U.S. Highway 2. The driver said the folks with the broken-down vehicle were clearly high on drugs because one of them was dancing in the middle of the road.
Some kids in Kalispell were throwing snowballs.