A Kalispell resident called 911 because she had read in the police blotter that law enforcement rescued a ferret and she was curious if she could have it. Police informed her that they did not keep the ferret.
Someone called 911 to rave about the 1991 movie “Sleeping with the Enemy.”
A Kalispell woman reported that her boyfriend was missing. She called a bit later and said he had been found.
A Libby man said he asked his neighbors to stop lighting off fireworks at such an early hour since Independence Day was over. The neighbors responded by lighting off even more fireworks.
Some youths were playing with an old phone.
A Kalispell man called 911 because something kept hitting the side of his house. It was fireworks.
A Kalispell man called 911 and said, “it’s not really an emergency, but it’s sort of an emergency,” before reporting that he had been overly charged for a storage unit.
A Kalispell man reported that he heard music from a “super creepy” ice cream truck in his neighborhood at about 1 a.m. that day. The man thought it was pretty strange for an ice cream truck to be making sounds at that hour.
A Kalispell resident reported that their neighbors were having an obnoxiously loud house party.
A Kalispell man reported that kids came up to him and asked if they could hitch a ride with him to buy meth. The man did not give the kids a ride and instead called the cops.
A Kalispell resident reported that there was a man in baggy pants camping in his neighbor’s yard.
A Kalispell shopkeep reported that an “unpleasant” man kept coming to his store.
A Kalispell woman said her ex-husband was texting her.
A Kalispell man called 911 to complain that his upstairs neighbor was smoking meth. Apparently the upstairs resident was blowing his meth smoke out his window and it wafted downstairs, much to the displeasure of the reporting party.
First responders aided an elderly man vomiting on the side of the road. It turns out the man had a “bad breakfast burrito.” He was expected to survive.