A pig reported to be “pretty friendly” was on the loose near a fast food restaurant.
A man trying to call his “honey” accidentally called 911.
Someone worried the large, white bus was going to be a problem during an upcoming Trump rally, believing it was “related to Antifa.”
A neighbor said “screw it, let’s go get the drugs” a little too loudly.
A mountain lion was hissing at someone.
A man accused of making meth in his garage was actually melting rocks in search of gold.
A man trying to turn around in Lincoln County accidentally went through a gate and entered private property, at which point a person in another vehicle threatened to kill him and “made him strip naked.”
A man asking grocery store customers for money and hugs refused to leave when asked.
A woman was concerned about the local children after a vehicle parked facing the wrong direction.
A Bigfork woman tipped off police to a “turkey burglar” in the area that she believed killed off a number of her 32 turkeys.
An allegedly interested buyer wanted to sleep outside a for-sale property in his van to “get the vibe” of the place.
After he was told his children would have to wear masks at school, a man cursed at a school official and ran over the school’s traffic cones.
A woman watched a man laugh hysterically as her dog ate. She reported this as evidence that her dog was being poisoned.
A man was “raising holy you-know-what” outside a Kalispell church.
A man came out of the woods and fired a shot at a terrified Census worker.