A resident on Flathead Drive in Evergreen called to report that someone trying to drive down the railroad tracks in an automobile had gotten stuck.
A Flathead resident called law enforcement reporting that they had received an email from ISIS.
A Coram man had a bloody nose and his possibly intoxicated mother decided to call 911 about it. After a confusing exchange, the mother handed the phone to a sober person who said everything was fine and they would keep an eye on the bloody nose.
A Marion teacher reported that one of her students just walked out of the classroom without permission.
A Kalispell man reported that he met a girl on a dating site and now she’s asking for money after sending some photos of herself. The man would like some advice on what to do about his situation.
Seven horses and two dogs were allegedly parading down Whitefish Stage Road.
A woman was doing jumping jacks and yelling “help me” in the middle of the road.
A Kalispell woman reported that her stepdad was “being crazy.” Apparently this happens every time he goes bowling.
A Kalispell dog allegedly killed a cat. The owner of the deceased cat wanted law enforcement to come by and catch the dog.
A swan was apparently causing traffic problems along Whitefish Stage Road.
On Halloween night all of the lights had been turned on at an empty Kalispell home, giving the neighbors a fright. Upon further investigation, they were told that a realtor had shown the home earlier in the day.
A Bigfork resident reported that some horses were being poorly treated. The animals were trying to eat a nearby fence.
The Bigfork man who sent the earlier fax to the Sheriff’s Office called to let them know he has sent another fax.
A Columbia Falls woman called the cops to report a burglary in progress. She soon revealed that the two perpetrators were actually her brother and boyfriend and she just wanted them out of the house after a drunken argument earlier in the evening. The two men ended up sleeping in a camper next to the house.
A Kalispell man called to report that someone had climbed his fence and stolen his tires.