Brian pushed someone.
Someone was wondering if they would be arrested if they showed up at the fairgrounds without a mask.
Mom was calling non-stop.
A cat jumped out of a vehicle and bit two car wash employees. Hours later, when the vehicle’s owner was tracked down, she informed officers she was not missing a cat and suggested the crime may have been committed by a feline stowaway.
A man wearing a blue bandana, blue shirt and no pants was showing employees at the animal shelter his nipple ring
A man with a wig on asked a stranger for LSD.
A woman was yelling “disgusting freaks” to no one in particular.
10:44 p.m. A hot air balloon doing a “stunt” almost hit a house.
9:32 p.m. An unconscious man was reported lying in a yard. Once awoken, he told officers he was napping in his yard because his house was too hot.
11:22 a.m. Someone walked into a radio station and maced the DJ.
3:39 p.m. A bat fell out of a man’s pocket while he was picking up rocks.
2:46 p.m. A woman reported a neighbor was attempting to trap her cats. The neighbor called to report he was being recorded setting out cat traps.
Flathead Beacon editor called to say the “suspicious” photographer was on assignment for the paper.
A caller reported a man tossing a child like a “ragdoll” outside Walmart. Officers reported the child appeared happy and not in distress.
A man in the background of a bizarre 911 call kept shouting “I look like an alien” and laughing.