Fighting words tossed around at C-Falls bar

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Three males were reportedly circling a bar with the intention of fighting an individual inside the establishment. A caller contacted the Columbia Falls Police Department and said the males allegedly called him names after the he confronted them. Law enforcement responded to the scene but was unable to locate the males in question.

An individual reported their son was supposed to get on a plane that morning, but had not been seen for 24 hours. An officer reported the male in question was in jail for an alleged burglary.

A caller contacted the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office to report their landlord was allegedly threatening to shut off their power over a dispute about monies allegedly owed. The reporting party said the debt had been repaid and was concerned for their animals should the power be turned off. The caller later reported their power was shut off. Law enforcement contacted both parties and advised them on how to handle future situations. The caller’s power was subsequently turned on.

A woman reportedly was standing in the road in front of a local restaurant. The woman was seen yelling at cars while others where reportedly attempting to remove her from the road. She later allegedly punched a male multiple times and broke his glasses. The woman was later seen lying in the roadway.

A male allegedly pulled a gun on an individual’s son after reportedly consuming pain medication. The male in question later allegedly hit his son with a flashlight and later took a gun upstairs while his son reportedly went outside.

A caller contacted the Whitefish Police Department to report someone was allegedly living between their business and a local grocer. An officer responded to the scene and found a blanket, trash and a defecation near a building’s back entrance. The caller requested extra patrols in the area.

An apparently homeless man reportedly came up to an individual, slammed his hands on the table and started yelling profanities at them. The male was described as being bare-chested with a big belly, a bike and a backpack. The male was located on the sidewalk and denied the accusation when confronted by law enforcement.

A female reportedly had to be escorted out of a local school board meeting during the public comment period for allegedly announcing that she sees invisible soldiers accoridng to Kalispell Police Department dispatch logs.

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