Neighbor dispute turns trashy

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According to the Kalispell Police Department, a caller said his neighbors repeatedly dump trash in the alley instead of the trash can, and he is ready to throw the trash can over their fence.

A woman reportedly had a couple beers at a Kalispell establishment and then went outside into the alley and started licking rocks.

According to the Whitefish Police Department, a vehicle towing a horse trailer reportedly had embers coming from it.

A computer and cash was taken from an unlocked vehicle.

A man in an orange shirt, and another with a backward hat and gold teeth were reportedly drunk and harassing customers at a Whitefish establishment.

A caller reported a bunch of kids skateboarding and making noise.

According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a downed light pole was across the road.

A woman needed help getting into her house because a large branch from a fallen tree was blocking the front entrance.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a woman said her horse was injured from a neighbor’s dog chasing it into a barbed wire fence.

A caller said they thought someone living in a camper with no power was throwing bags of human feces on the ground.

A caller said her neighbor was acting like the evil neighbor from bewitched, Mrs. Kravitz, due to a dispute over a fence line.

A woman accidentally called 911 trying to get out of YouTube on her phone.

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, a man said his girlfriend just flipped out, bit him then took off on foot. He was concerned she may return.

Multiple trees were reported to have hit electrical lines after a wind storm.

A blown transformer created a small fire on Champion Haul Road.

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