Police Blotter

Flathead County Sheriff’s and Kalispell Police Reports

Peacock Pains and Suspicious Subarus

By Erin Cole

Friday 6/25

9:29 a.m. A Grizzly Gulch resident became upset that his neighbor was shooting at his peacocks. However, according to Fish and Game officials who answered the call, it is legal to shoot at peacocks if they are being a nuisance.

1:01 pm. Someone “stole a bunch of stuff” from a vehicle parked at Kalispell’s Woodland Park.

2:10 p.m. A young man was reported carrying a six-month-old child in a headlock on Mountain Drive in Hungry Horse. Officials were unable to locate either the man or the child.

2:57 p.m. A woman driving a red Subaru on West Reserve was suspected as being “on something” as she looked funny and her kids weren’t wearing their seatbelts. The report turned out to be unfounded.

6:24 p.m. Officers advised a couple engaged in a verbal disturbance on Whitefish Stage to keep their voices down and to stop scaring their children.

11:12 p.m. Someone reported a dog was either “sleeping or dead” on East Reserve.

3:52 a.m. After engaging in a debate thick with profanity on Kalispell’s Nicholson Drive, the conversation partners departed.

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