The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office received a call from someone who had come home to the scene of a break-in. Police logs say that it looked like “they had time to start a fire, use the toilet, [and] shoot a BB gun,” and that the “place was in disarray.” Evidence was collected.
A bounty hunter requesting backup in apprehending a target was declined, as there was no warrant out for his arrest.
After being told by the electric company that she was using “an extreme amount of electricity,” a resident discovered a cord plugged into an outside outlet. She was unsure who was using it.
A caller requested that officers remove his fiancee’s teenage son from his house. Officers concluded that “this is a parenting issue and not a law enforcement issue,” and that the young man was “only whining about wanting doughnuts and tacos, which is not criminal.”
An angora sheep dragging a chain was reported in a Kalispell backyard. The owners were located and notified.
The Whitefish Police Department reportedly asked a belligerently-acting bar patron to leave.
The Kalispell Police Department responded to reports of a hit-and-run on Hutton Ranch Road.
The Columbia Falls Police Department responded to reports of a hit-and-run on Railroad Street.
The Big Mountain Fire Department responded to reports of a gas odor on Slopeside Drive.