A Kalispell resident called police demanding that they “put down the doughnuts” and get to work.
A Bigfork woman called asking if anyone had found three cows.
A local woman called police because she just came back from an out-of-town trip and discovered that her husband changed the locks on their house. She said it was odd because she thought everything was fine in their relationship.
There were some parking problems outside a neighborhood drug house
A Kalispell man reported that he went out to feed his chickens and they were all dead.
A Kalispell resident called police because their Facebook was hacked
A man driving a van peeled out of casino parking lot in Kalispell, hit the curb, blew out a tire, nailed a trashcan and then kept going
An Evergreen resident complained about a truck heading north with pictures of naked ladies all over the side and the words “Frump Truck” on the back
A homeowner on Creston Road was harassing a local birdwatcher. The birdwatcher called the cops to confirm that it was OK for him to enjoy his hobby from a public roadway.
A local principal called police because she has concerns that an upcoming school election will be rigged.
A Lakeside woman called police because her drunk landlord was pounding on the door.
A good Samaritan helped pull a man’s truck out of the ditch. Initially he felt good about his deed, but the more he thought about, he realized it was probably a bad idea since the man had clearly been drunk and was driving in the wrong lane of the road.
A gassy smell was reported in Columbia Falls.
A local car rental business called to report that a customer failed to return their rental four days ago. They think customer stole the vehicle.
A Bigfork woman called police because her husband and his buddies were in the garage using power tools and being “obnoxiously loud.”