Employee reportedly short on bread

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According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, an employee was reportedly stealing “dough” from a bread shop.

A woman said her ex-boyfriend was peeking in the windows.

A man said he just got out of jail and a woman he knew taken his meat grinder and Bible. He wanted them returned to him.

An employer said an employee hadn’t shown up in four days. When police located him he said he was driving through Idaho and wouldn’t be returning to work.

Tenants who were being evicted trashed a house before they left.

A man said he got hit with a pool stick.

A caller said backpacks got stolen from a store and people were saying he was the one that did it.

A man said his neighbor had a shovel and swung it at him.

A mother was very angry her son “was high on something.”

A man who locked his keys in his vehicle refused to call a locksmith. He said his phone was going dead and he was getting cold.

According to the Columbia Falls Police Department report, a Cadillac was spinning brodies in the road and it looked like the bumper was hanging off.

A son said his mother was being hurt by a big tall blonde woman.

A caller said they saw a man dragging something down the alley.

According to the Kalispell Police Department, a man got into an argument with his wife and was refusing to leave a bank.

A women was allegedly involved in a car crash and fled the scene.

A woman said her roommate’s boyfriend was not on the lease but was living in the house and refused to leave.

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