A park ranger discovered a man camping along the side of the road near the Quarter Circle Bridge in Glacier National Park. The ranger gently shook the tent to wake up the sleeping man and inform him that he was illegally camping.
A Kalispell man called 911 because he was sick and tired of his neighbors crossing his property and using his water. He said if the neighbors did it one more time “there was going to be a war.” Concerned about the threat, the dispatcher asked what exactly he meant by “war.” The caller said it was more likely going to be a war of words, but it would be a war nonetheless.
A Kalispell man reported finding a pretty unhealthy cat.
Two hikers in Glacier National Park thought they saw a bear on a trail north of Lake McDonald Lodge. Terrified, the couple ran into the woods and then promptly got lost. The pair eventually made it to the west bank of McDonald Creek, across from the Going-to-the-Sun Road, and started a fire, presumably to stay warm and scare any bears away. Later, when a ranger found the pair he yelled across the raging river and encouraged them to put out their fire and then hike back to the trail. The couple refused, terrified that they might run into the bear they may or may not have seen, and opted to go across the river to safety.
A Libby man was complaining about all the trash in an area parking lot.
A single cow was running down Farm-to-Market Road. Seems the cow would want to run away from the market.
A Columbia Falls woman reported that her ex-boyfriend was “spinning brodies” in her front yard.
A Kalispell resident called 911 because there was “egg residue” on their car, possibly from a drive-by egging.
A cow was on the loose in Libby.
A cat was on the lam in Libby.
A Bigfork man reported some “shady activity.”
A Kalispell dog was accused of killing some chickens.
Some underage drinking was reported in Troy.
A Kalispell man had concerns about local bullies.
A 30-rack of Coors Light was stolen.