Boy runs away after Halloween candy confiscated

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According to the Kalispell Police Department call logs, a woman said she found a runaway note from her son after he was grounded and his Halloween candy was taken away. Her son was later located.

A man said his neighbor was harassing him and making up stories to his boss that he was dealing drugs.

A caller claimed they found a big bag full of stolen keys and prescription drugs in the bushes.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a Lakeside man said he found the guns he owned that he thought had been stolen.

A Columbia Falls resident said a work crew left a broken-down tractor on her property and she was having it towed away.

A caller said their son was out of control and screaming when he got out of the car and ran down the road.

Someone reportedly stole items out of a cabin in the woods by Essex.

A man and woman were seen rummaging through garbage outside a Kalispell business.

A woman said she thought there was a homeless camp near her backyard.

A caller said they almost hit a man in dark pants and camouflage jacket walking in the road. Police located the man. He said he was OK and was walking as far off the road as he can.

A man said he broke up with his girlfriend and now she was harassing him on social media.

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