Pool poachers dip out before police arrive

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According to the Whitefish Police Department two men were trespassing in a private pool. They left before police could talk to them.

According to Columbia Falls Police Department call logs, a man was upset because he said his face was on Facebook as a suspect in a hit-and-run but he was not involved.

A pair of high school students were confronted by law enforcement for threatening to fight. They were advised not to have any contact with each other.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, several goats and horses got loose while their owners were away. The animals were brought back to the correct pasture.

A caller said he believed someone is using electronic weapons against him by creating electro-magnetic fields that cause radiation directed at him.

A caller said they saw teenagers “surfing” on top of a car near Columbia Falls.

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, a woman let her neighbor borrow her vehicle to drive back and forth to the Missoula area, but now it has been more than a month and the woman couldn’t reach the neighbor to get the vehicle back.

Fish, Wildlife and Parks responded to reports of an eagle with a broken win alongside U.S. 2.

According to Kalispell Police Department reports, a manager at a business was concerned he had just sold items to someone who could be using them to cook methamphetamine.

The father of a juvenile reportedly threatened a pastor.

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