Landlord evicts tenant, two more move in

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According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a landlord said he had a tenant move out, and then two other women moved in without permission. The women were contacted and said they would pack up and leave.

A woman said her ex had taken over her Facebook account and was hacking into her computer.

According to the Whitefish Police Department, a man said he was positive he left his wedding band in a hotel room the previous morning, but when he asked staff to look for it they reported they couldn’t find it. He thought someone at the hotel took it.

A caller said someone on the internet is stalking her and she had information she would like police to see.

A caller told the Columbia Falls Police Department that garbage at a house was flowing onto the street.

A full-size black bear was reportedly near the walking path in Columbia Falls.

A cow was loose near a major road and a caller was concerned it could become a hazard. The cow was returned to its home.

A caller said there was a party at the neighbor’s house that had been going on all night long, with “millions of cars out front.” Police checked and reported a small housewarming party with adults that agreed to be done for the night.

According to the Kalispell Police Department, a business manager reported a person running around in underwear. The caller asked the subject to pull up their pants but they refused.

A caller said the neighbor’s dogs bark constantly. They have four dogs all together. The caller wanted to know how many animals their neighbor can actually have.

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