Lost cellphone nothing to cry about

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According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a woman was reportedly crying and asking officers to help her find her cellphone at a fast food restaurant. She later apologized to officers, saying she found her phone buried in her room.

A woman was reportedly wearing a hard hat while wrapped in a blanket walking down the bypass near Kalispell.

A woman said her boyfriend gave her jewelry while they were dating, but now is trying to get the jewelry back since they broke up.

Two vehicles were reportedly doing brodies in a field and nearly running into houses.

According to the Kalispell Police Department, a man approached a woman as she was getting into her vehicle. The was woman able to get into the vehicle and the man turned and ran.

A caller said his son locked the keys in his car while it was running.

A caller said kids who waited at the bus stop kept messing around and refused to move out of the street.

According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a 4-year-old child was reunited with his mom. According to the caller the child was crying and wanted to call his mom but he couldn’t remember her name.

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, three cows were reported to be walking on the railroad tracks.

Two elderly men who were hunting reportedly had a rifle pointing out of their vehicle at oncoming traffic.

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