Officers detain man wielding pepper spray

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According to the Whitefish Police Department, a bald man was detained after allegedly spraying people with pepper spray and “beating people up.”

A man said he was hearing noises inside his house.

Officers counseled two drivers involved in a road rage incident.

An officer was flagged down by a driver who had run out of gas.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a person who was driving north on U.S. 93 claimed he saw a bullet come out of the trees and hit his windshield. He said he had a bullet hole in his window. Officers told him they would monitor the location.

A mother was worried her daughter was selling drugs out of her house.

A woman said she gave her mother a food card while she was staying with her, but then her mom kicked her out and wouldn’t give the food card back.

A man going through a drive-thru was reportedly visibly intoxicated and slurring his words.

A man drove over from North Dakota to surprise his girlfriend and found a note that she had gone hunting. He thought she would have been back by dusk. He later talked to the woman’s daughter who said she had decided to sleep in her truck and go hunting again.

According to the Kalispell Police Department, a store manager reportedly ran after and apprehended a shoplifter.

An employee was reportedly fired after vandalizing equipment.

Two pairs of sunglasses were taken from an unlocked vehicle.

A caller said they discovered their front and back license plates don’t match.

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