Gift recipient won’t return to sender

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According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a package worth about $400 was reportedly delivered to the wrong person, but the person who got the package didn’t want to give it back.

A woman was reportedly in a hotel room with a man when her husband showed up, broke the hotel room window, and pulled the man out of the window.

A woman in a sweatshirt and sweatpants reportedly came into a store and helped to herself to some fountain soda. When the cashier asked her to pay for it, she threw it and walked out.

A housekeeper accidentally set off an emergency alarm at a Kalispell residence.

A man said his ex-wife stole his riding lawn mower.

A Columbia Falls resident said his neighbor was moving the boundary pins on his property.

A semi-truck driver traveling from Columbia Falls to Whitefish was reportedly tailgating other drivers and swerving on the road.

A female driver was seen swerving and weaving all over the place while talking on her cellphone.

A man said he was being harassed by a woman when he goes to get his medical marijuana.

A caller said they saw a large animal knocking over garbage cans, but they weren’t sure what kind of animal it was.

According to the Whitefish Police Department, a man was sitting in his coupe listening to really loud music. When law enforcement talked to him, they found he was also writing music.

A caller told a woman who was running a loop in a park to put a leash on her two dogs. She told her twice, she said, but the woman refused to leash her dogs.

According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a caller reported seeing subjects who coming into a store and took off in a taxi, leaving their vehicle behind. The caller was worried they were dumping the vehicle.

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