A local man called 911 because he could hear someone “ripping and roaring” down in the gravel pit and he wanted whoever was down there to “knock it off.”
A man riding Amtrak to Seattle got off the train in Whitefish to go for a walk and stretch his legs. When he got back to the station, the Amtrak train was gone. Making matters worse, the man’s wallet was on the train.
A Hungry Horse man was worried about a kitten with its head stuck in a can.
A Kalispell man called 911 with what he said was “a wild story.” Turns out the man had seen another guy come out of the woods covered in blood.
A Kalispell man said his drunk brother wasn’t picking up his phone.
A Somers woman called 911 because her husband had far too much to drink down at the bar. She said he couldn’t even get a complete sentence out of him.
Local residents decided to go kayaking but quickly realized the river was running a little too fast for their liking. Thankfully, they were able to get out of the water, although someone still called 911 just in case things went south.
A 7-year-old was driving through Hungry Horse.
A Martin City resident figured 2:42 a.m. was a perfect time to call 911 to discuss problems with their new renter.
Wi-Fi was stolen in Kalispell.
A Bigfork resident called 911 because their breakfast burst into flames in their microwave. The microwave appeared to be undamaged but the breakfast was a total loss.
A Kalispell man called 911 because he had “an emergency” and he needed some “lady cops” to respond immediately
A local man was reunited with his dog.
Some drama was unfolding on Facebook.
A Kalispell man heard a commotion outside his home involving a number of ducks and geese. When he emerged to see what was happening he found a mountain lion on his roof. He quickly returned to the safety of his home and called 911.