A Kalispell woman needed to go into town to do business but her husband refused to give her the car keys, so she called the cops.
Two kids were racing around on four-wheelers with no helmets.
A Kalispell man wanted to file a complaint about his lousy internet service in recent weeks. The man was reminded that it wasn’t really a criminal matter.
A Kalispell woman called police because someone broke into her house and stole a number of items. The woman wasn’t particularly concerned about the stolen goods — “it’s all junk,” she reassured the dispatcher — but was generally worried about someone breaking into houses.
A Kalispell man got a tattoo that he now regrets and the man who gave it to him refuses to give him his money back. The tattoo artist is also calling the man names now.
A Columbia Falls resident reported seeing a woman driving down the road, leaning out the window and vomiting. The caller is pretty certain the woman was drunk.
Ten cows were standing in the road in Columbia Falls. Someone contacted the cows’ owner, but it turned out he had just sold them, so they weren’t his problem anymore.
A Kila man called police because someone stole his gun. He usually leaves the weapon on his desk at home, but he hadn’t seen it for a few weeks. But he added the caveat that he hadn’t “gone looking for it.”
A Marion man reported that someone had broken into his house – in January.
A Coram resident reported that someone had left a “bag of hornets” at their house. The caller believed that it was a deliberate attack on his family. A deputy assured him that it probably wasn’t a crime, just a weird thing to leave at someone’s house.
A Kalispell resident called 911 to complain about all of the old Model Ts holding up traffic around the valley.
A Bigfork man who frequently rides his horse into town called police because someone had complained to him about his animal defecating in the middle of the street. Law enforcement told the man that it’s “common sense” to pick up after his horse if it “does its business” in front of someone else’s business.
A family with a motor home pulled into West Glacier, took up “20” parking spaces and decided to explore Glacier National Park, much to the dismay of everyone else looking for a parking spot in West Glacier.
Some Bigfork residents kicked off Independence Day by blowing up a mailbox with a sparkler bomb.
A Somers woman called the cops because her “baby daddy” dropped off the baby but none of the baby’s belongings, like a car seat and diaper bag.