A Columbia Falls man called 911 to report that he did not need the cops at his location — yet.
A Kalispell resident reported that a dead animal propped up in their backyard and the “stench is overpowering.”
A man who calls himself “The Black Wolf” was causing problems.
A Libby man was worried about what he was seeing on Facebook.
A new Flathead County resident called 911 to let them know that they just purchased a home at the address he was calling from. The man said he was aware that the people who lived there before caused a lot of problems for the neighbors and police but he just wanted to assure them that “I’m not crazy.”
Someone reported seeing a suspicious man in a Kalispell neighborhood. Turns out the man was just delivering newspapers.
A man trying to buy toilet paper got punched.
Someone was walking around his neighborhood with night vision goggles.
A tow truck driver called 911 because he saw a mountain lion run out in front of him while he was driving and he just had to tell someone.
A Hungry Horse man said he had a load of firewood delivered to his house earlier in the day. He knows it arrived because he saw the delivery on his security camera, but now he’s watching his neighbors run off with his wood by the armful.
A Kalispell man said his friend would not stop texting him.
A Dodge Ram rammed into another car.
A man was high and drumming on things.
A Nintendo was stolen in Columbia Falls.