A man with “googley” eyes in camouflage was walking toward the park.
A Kalispell couple’s argument ended when the female took a hammer to her boyfriend’s truck.
Cows were at large.
A Kalispell resident was concerned about two men who were “dropping f-bombs” outside the elementary school.
A man called 911 to report that he was drunk and lost in the woods.
10:23 a.m. A Kalispell woman called police because she was being bullied on Facebook.
10:26 a.m. A Kila resident called with concerns that their neighbor had turned their front yard into a “firing range.”
11:06 p.m. A number of mailboxes were run over on Dawson Trail.
1:39 p.m. Ten horses made a run for it in Columbia Falls.
2:11 p.m. A Kalispell woman called the cops because her landlord kept coming over uninvited.
3:47 p.m. A hotel guest in West Glacier was trying to call room service when he accidentally called 911.
7:25 p.m. A Kalispell woman called animal control to report a cat outside. The woman was advised that animal control usually lets cats do their own thing and would not be picking up this feline.
9:55 p.m. A Bigfork man said someone stole his gun.
10:26 p.m. A Columbia Falls woman was standing in the middle of the road in front of A&W screaming at passing cars.
A Kalispell toddler dialed 911 and said “da da.” A woman, presumably the mother, said “no no” and then hung up the phone.
A dog that was running around south of Kalispell apparently turned itself in when it ran right to the animal shelter.
A Kalispell man was upset because “the entire bar was mad at him last night and it was the bartender’s fault and nobody would do anything about it.” He also called 911 multiple times the night before to convey the same message.
A Columbia Falls man heard a “distressed” herd of cows mooing
Someone donated a gun to Goodwill.
A Kalispell woman needed to go into town to do business but her husband refused to give her the car keys, so she called the cops.
Two kids were racing around on four-wheelers with no helmets.
A Kalispell man wanted to file a complaint about his lousy internet service in recent weeks. The man was reminded that it wasn’t really a criminal matter.
A Kalispell woman called police because someone broke into her house and stole a number of items. The woman wasn’t particularly concerned about the stolen goods — “it’s all junk,” she reassured the dispatcher — but was generally worried about someone breaking into houses.