First responders aided an elderly man vomiting on the side of the road. It turns out the man had a “bad breakfast burrito.” He was expected to survive.
Someone was driving around town “hooting and hollering.”
Someone was blowing up stuff down by the river.
A Libby man called 911 because the television his son purchased on Facebook did not work.
A woman called 911 because a dog walked into her house like he owned the place.
A Kalispell resident called to report that a woman in his neighborhood had three dogs off leash. When the reporting party confronted the woman about her leash law violation, the woman threatened to kill him.
A Kalispell man forgot his loaded gun in the bathroom of a local fast-food restaurant. The owner of the restaurant turned it into the police. When the responsible gun owner realized he had forgotten his gun at the restaurant, he called to see if he could get it back and was informed he’d have to swing down to the police station to do so. The gun was returned to the owner.
A chicken was stolen in Libby.
Two dogs were taken into custody in Bigfork as the primary suspects in the murder of a local chicken.
Someone was apparently “spinning brodies” with a flatbed truck.
A group of teens were “drinking and causing problems.”
A Kalispell resident reported that some weird stuff was going on outside their house. They wanted a cop to come by and see what was up.
A woman in Troy called the animal shelter in Libby to see if she could drop off the three dogs she had picked up that morning.
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.