A man who was cited for jumping off a bridge was upset that other people were not cited for jumping off the same bridge.
A dispute over beer money ended when the two subjects “literally hugged it out.”
A frustrated dog activated the car alarm after its owner went into a pet store without it.
The screaming a neighbor heard coming from a nearby house was actually a man singing while cleaning his room.
The golfer on the sixth green at a local course turned out to be a black bear.
Recent harassment spurred a call to 911 after a cooler was left in front of a building. Upon closer inspection, the cooler was determined to contain only “a few empty Bud Lights.”
Someone was concerned about contracting COVID-19 or another illness because a man had thrown a chewed-up hot dog at their face, spreading his “bodily fluids.”
A boy who won’t do his homework threatened to run away.
A Columbia Falls man called 911 to report that he did not need the cops at his location — yet.
A Kalispell resident reported that a dead animal propped up in their backyard and the “stench is overpowering.”
A man who calls himself “The Black Wolf” was causing problems.
A Libby man was worried about what he was seeing on Facebook.
A new Flathead County resident called 911 to let them know that they just purchased a home at the address he was calling from. The man said he was aware that the people who lived there before caused a lot of problems for the neighbors and police but he just wanted to assure them that “I’m not crazy.”
Someone reported seeing a suspicious man in a Kalispell neighborhood. Turns out the man was just delivering newspapers.