Police Blotter

Flathead County Sheriff’s and Kalispell Police Reports

Chicken Hurling and Scam Artists

By Erin Cole

Thursday 6/10

7:40 a.m. A Columbia Falls woman reported that her neighbor hurled a dead chicken at her pigs.

10:44 a.m. The Trade Commission called a Bigfork woman and told her that her husband had won $750,000 but needed to pay a $2,100 insurance fee for the check’s safe delivery. The woman wisely saw through the scam and contacted authorities.

12:48 p.m. Three Whitefish high school students were allegedly spinning roadies during their lunch break. By the time the deputies arrived, the students were safely in class.

3:37 p.m. A pastor’s wife called to report that a transient was sleeping on the steps of her husband’s Evergreen church. The transient was asked to move on.

3:47 p.m. A Kalispell woman’s ex-fiancé took off in his silver Dodge Durango after stealing $3,000 in written checks.

4:45 p.m. A forensic anthropologist determined that bones found on Conrad Drive in Kalispell were those of an animal and not of a human.

8:30 p.m. Four men in a tan canoe were spotted tossing beer bottles into the Whitefish River.

11:38 p.m. During a cell phone conversation with his daughter, a parent overheard her and her boyfriend moving furniture out of the family’s Whitefish home. As the parent had not asked for any furniture to be moved, he contacted the authorities.

1:52 a.m. A couple camping at Glacier Campground awoke to discover a bear prowling near their tent. The couple decided to spend the night in their vehicle, armed with bear spray and guns.

4:56 a.m. A Flathead Valley resident found an assortment of road signs leaning against his house. The signs, as well as his vehicle, had messages of a vulgar nature written on them.