According to Kalispell Police Department call logs, eight juveniles were reportedly crammed into a vehicle with one girl was sitting on the floorboard unrestrained. The driver reportedly had a restricted driver’s license and wasn’t sure how to put fuel in the vehicle. The parents of all the juveniles were contacted and the children were picked up.
The driver of a PT Cruiser reportedly did damage to a car door when they attempted to park and the driver of another vehicle was opening the door.
A caller reported a toddler walking down the street alone. An adult came and grabbed the child and took them back inside the house.
A caller said they were almost in a head-on collision by a wrong-way driver.
A teenage girl reportedly jumped out of her parent’s vehicle at an intersection.
A caller said a man broke off the passenger door handle trying to break into her father’s vehicle. The man told her he was trying to repossess the vehicle for someone that is in jail.
A woman said she was walking home from a Kalispell bar when she was struck by a vehicle. She was transported to the emergency room for an injury to her arm.
According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a man reported he was afraid a store owner was going to hit him with a broom.
A dog bite resulted in an emergency room visit for a 2-year-old child.
A caller said she had purchased a vehicle from her cousin, only to find out it had been stolen.
Two children were reported to be driving a four-wheeler toward the highway.
A man said his ex threatened to take their children from him and kick his butt.
According to Columbia Falls Police Department call logs, their was a bear sighting near a park.
Three or four cellphone chargers were reportedly stolen by a teenage male.