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.
A “big cow” was reportedly standing in the middle of Marquardt Lane in Kalispell.
3:15 p.m. A Bigfork resident called to tell law enforcement that he had sent them a fax.
A Kalispell man reported that two men were hunting on his property and refused to leave. He said if they didn’t leave soon he was “going to start shooting back.” Soon after the man called back to say that the hunters had reportedly heard him call the police and now they were shooting at him in retaliation.
A Bigfork man reported he couldn’t leave his house because there was a growling dog on his porch.
A Columbia Falls man reported that he almost hit four horses running down a road. It’s unclear if these were the same horses that had escaped the previous evening.
9:30 a.m. A man was seen going through mailboxes in Whitefish.
Five horses escaped on Columbia Falls Stage Road. The reporting party was able to get one back inside its corral but needed help with the other four escapees.
A bird-hunting party had gathered by a pond in a Kalispell subdivision. A neighbor thought it was an inappropriate place to go hunting.
A very tall man was sitting at a picnic table in Marion. Some locals thought it was suspicious.
A Kalispell woman called to say she was concerned about clowns at Woodland Park
A Kalispell resident called police to report that they had a tooth ache
A Bigfork resident called police to make sure they got his fax.