Two men walked into a Kalispell store asking what time the establishment closed. One of them had “googly eyes” and was looking for security cameras. The caller thinks googly eyes and his sidekick are going to come back and rob the place at a later date.
A hungry herd of cows was reported near Niarada.
Two llamas and two horses were standing in two feet of snow on Two Mile Drive. A local citizen said they looked hungry.
A Kalispell resident complained that his neighbor was using the cul-de-sac as “their own personal wrecking yard.”
A man reported being chased by a “pack” of small dogs in Columbia Falls.
Some Bigfork residents were blasting loud music and disrupting the local peace.
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.