A Marion barkeep called 911 because a man he had just kicked out of the pub went outside and started shooting guns into the air.
A Columbia Falls man was innocently lying naked on his couch when his “nosy neighbor” walked into his house.
A Kalispell resident said he saw a man parked on the side of the road possibly dumping trash. When the resident pulled over to see what was going on, the man on the side of the road pulled a gun on him. Later on, the man threatened another person with a tire iron. The man on the side of the road said he “needed some time to chill.”
A Kalispell man called 911 because his neighbor’s cows were drinking out of his cows’ water trough.
A Bigfork couple’s marriage of just 48 hours went south when the groom apparently drove off with the couple’s U-Haul full of belongings never to be seen again.
A Kalispell man got into a fight with a dog.
A Kalispell cat was reportedly stuck on the top of a telephone pole. The electric company said they were too busy to help the cat get down, but a sheriff’s deputy said he’d swing by later to check on it. Someone also left some food at the bottom of the pole to encourage it to come back down.
A Bigfork man wanted to give the cops a heads up about his gun shooting party. The man said he knew his next-door neighbors were going to complain about a large gathering of people shooting guns on a Sunday night.
Someone boarding an aircraft at Glacier Park International Airport accidently pocket dialed 911. When the call was connected to dispatch they could only hear giggling and the slamming of luggage. The woman quickly realized her mistake and apologized for the pocket dial.
A Kalispell man called 911 and declared “I don’t know where I am and I just want to get home!”
Some Flathead County landfill employees captured a domesticated goose that has been living at the dump all summer. According to the county employees, the bird has been a welcomed addition to the dump the last few months but it recently decided to call the parking lot home. The employees thought that was a dangerous place for the bird so they captured it. They called up animal control asking for a crate so that it could be taken away to brighter pastures.
Two Kalispell chickens were murdered. The owner of the birds had a canine suspect in mind.
A Kalispell resident called 911 because his neighbor has been using his trash can for six months. The man wanted his neighbor to find his own trash can.
A local woman called because it appeared that a hot air balloon was having problems. “It hasn’t crashed or anything but something doesn’t look right,” the woman reported.
Two cows were standing on the side of the road watching traffic.