Thief steals maxed-out credit cards

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According to the Kalispell Police Department, a woman said her wallet was stolen out of her vehicle the night before. But, she said all her credit cards and bank cards were maxed out so they would be declined if someone tried to use them.

An employee said a janitor let a man with a beard and large backpack into a bar and he took some beer and Corn Nuts without paying.

A caller said he had a cat that was “killing his squirrels” caught in a live trap.

A caller said his wife found a bundle of IDs in the neighborhood.

A business employee saw a man behind a building pulling branches off trees.

A caller said they witnessed a fight and a possible stabbing. The passerby said two males were hitting and kicking each other, and one of the males slashed a tire on a Honda.

A caller said they saw a woman screaming at her toddler, grabbing him and throwing him into a vehicle.

A mother said her son was being hit with objects like a wrench and screw driver by a classmate every day that week in shop class.

A fast-food customer said a woman with a child in the restaurant was having trouble staying awake.

A caller said they were awoken by six dogs barking.

A man said his ex-girlfriend just got out of jail, and was sleeping on his couch all day.

A man said he was being chased by another man wearing a white tank top. Then he said the man pushed him and punched him in the face. The caller said he was military trained. The caller also said he had been drinking so he was going home. He just wanted the other man to leave him alone.

A man who called about an earlier disturbance said now the subject was calling him repeatedly and threatening him.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a caller said a man was sitting upright in the middle of the highway.

A man asked deputies to talk to his neighbors who blast loud music all day long because if he “has to go down there, it isn’t going to be pretty.”

A Kalispell man said someone opened a phone account under his name and rang up $5,000.

According to the Whitefish Police Department, a resident ordered a television on Cyber Monday, and after it was delivered, the TV was stolen from the front porch.

A disgruntled customer allegedly threatened to shoot employees one at a time. Law enforcement made contact to the man, who said he made the comment out of anger and had no intention of harming anyone.

According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a woman was walking down the street with no shoes on. When law enforcement talked to her, she said her shoes hurt her feet so she took them off.

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