Thief has hankering for spicy doughnuts

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According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a man ran from a store with a dozen stolen doughnuts and a couple of bottles of hot sauce.

According to the Kalispell Police Department, one man had another in a headlock while two women yelled at each other. Then the man who had the other in a headlock took a license plate off of a vehicle.

Three males and a female wearing all black and talking about Snapchat reportedly walked into the woods, and a caller wanted it checked out. Police found nothing suspicious; the group was just playing Frisbee golf.

A reckless female driver allegedly drove through some grass and up on to a bike path.

A huge round log was moved out of the road on U.S. 2.

A suspicious man wearing a dark hoodie, dark jeans and dark tennis shoes was reportedly sneaking through the shadows.

A caller said he was chatting online with a woman who was trying to blackmail him, saying she had a sex video of them, but he doesn’t know who she is. The caller asked police if he should set up a sting.

A suspected shoplifter attempting to steal beer was apprehended.

A caller said she received a text message saying she has “48 hours to come up with $5,000” or her life is at stake. She said she had contacted the FBI.

A woman said her dog was attacked by another dog and she wanted to know if she would be allowed to use bear spray on the aggressive dog.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a woman loaned her pickup to a man last week and he was supposed to bring it right back, but he still hasn’t returned it and isn’t responding to calls.

A landlord said she was having an issue with a past tenant who sent her a text he was “going to tear down her building.”

A man with broken English reportedly called police saying someone keeps sending him meals that he has to pay for.

A mom said she’d accidentally dialed 911 while changing a diaper.

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