Customer crashes through drive-thru

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According to the Kalispell Police Department call logs, a customer at a drive-thru confused it for a drive-into when they reportedly hit a fast food menu board and damaged it significantly.

A caller witnessed a vehicle slide off the road and hit a fire hydrant.

Dispatchers told a pet owner to hold his horses after they were reportedly running out on the road.

Two men were reportedly found sleeping in a bank’s ATM area.

According to the Whitefish Police Department, a woman hit a mailbox with her vehicle.

A man claimed he was assaulted by a restaurant employee who said “Let’s take this outside.” The man said he got punched in the back of the head and knocked down some stairs before he could get outside. He didn’t want to press charges against the employee.

Two black bears were seen going through garbage in an alley on Montana Avenue.

According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a caller said a plow driver was plowing unsafely, darting out from a parking lot into the road. He said the plow driver yelled him when he asked him to keep it contained.

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