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.
A Kalispell youth stole $174 and went on a shopping spree at Walmart.
An intoxicated man stood at a crosswalk in Columbia Falls and kept pushing the “walk” button for over an hour.
A noisy Columbia Falls man wanted to know why sheriff’s deputies kept visiting his neighbor’s home.
A suspicious bus was reported in Columbia Falls.
A cow was loose in Whitefish.
A Somers woman was angry that her roommate was loudly eating soup in the middle of the night, so she walked over to him and dumped soap in the man’s soup. The man threw his bowl of soapy soup at the woman. Law enforcement responded to the scene, but both people decided not to press charges against the other, admitting that things may had gotten out of hand.
A Hungry Horse resident heard some noise outside their house. They called 911 asking that someone head out there and figure out what’s going on. The caller added that they had not looked out the window yet.
A Bigfork man was upset that the U.S. Postal Service had not delivered his mail for three months. Upon further investigation, it turned out the post office just didn’t have any mail for the guy.
Kids on dirt bikes were “poppin’ wheelies.”
A dog attacked a deer in a Whitefish backyard. The owner of the dog called 911 to ask that they put the deer out of its misery but partway through the call announced that it looked as if the deer might pull through.
A “drunk” who was also a “bearded bro” tried to break into a Kalispell home. The man gave up shortly after the police were called and stumbled off into the night.
A Kalispell woman called 911 and said that while she understands “cats are free spirits,” she was having trouble with a cat in her neighborhood getting into fights with her cat. She was advised to call animal control about the feisty feline.
About 20 horses were going for a walk on Highway 35.
A local man called 911 because he was concerned about “Antifa” putting up posters around town.