Police Blotter: Profane Message, Meth Cooker

By Beacon Staff

The Kalispell Police and Flathead County Sheriff’s reports for Christmas included the following:

12:59 a.m. A man was mad at a clerk at a Kalispell gas station because he refused to serve him. He then drove off heading east cursing the clerk along his way.

1:04 a.m. Someone out on Bass Lake Court called in because they saw a light in someone’s house across the lake. They said that the lights usually aren’t on in that house this time of year. An officer called the residence and was greeted by a “profane” voicemail.

2:01 a.m. An man texted his friend, on Christmas, and told him that he wanted to kill himself. The worried friend called the Sheriff’s Department. When an officer followed up with a phone call the man said he didn’t want to kill himself he just had a cold.

5:51 a.m. Someone called in from Conrad Drive in Kalispell to say they heard a noisy animal, either a barking dog or a honking goose, coming from the cemetery area.

9:28 a.m. A thug smashed someone’s mailbox on Helena Flats Road in Kalispell.

9:34 a.m. Someone heard a threatening male voice and then a woman say “don’t hit me again” coming from an apartment near the Rainbow Bar in Kalispell.

10:44 a.m. A car owner called in because they thought that someone had been rifling through their unlocked car. Nothing was taken.

3:46 p.m. The landlord at the trailer park on Bierney Road needed assistance from deputies in telling some people at a party that were making noises to stop.

7:09 p.m. After a young man threatened and physically abused his parents he was arrested and taken to the detention center.

8:42 p.m. Someone called in because they thought that their neighbor might be cooking meth.

9:51 p.m. A 15-year-old girl called in from Martin City to say that her dad was out of control and cussing her out.

The departments responded to 62 calls for service.

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