Overzealous dog ruins playtime

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According to the Kalispell Police Department, a friendly dog was causing trouble on a playground knocking kids down and taking their toys.

A woman claimed she was assaulted by her manager. The woman she was being yelled at and told she was going to be fired. When she tried to grab her things, she said her manager came out and tried to stop her and grabbed her arm.

A vehicle reported stolen had actually been towed.

Someone wearing all black was driving a four-wheeler recklessly with no lights on.

A garbage can was rolling around in the road.

Three teenagers were reportedly shining a green laser at drivers as they passed by.

A housekeeper reportedly found drugs in a room while the occupants were out.

A man and woman reportedly came into a store with one child who was dressed appropriately and another who had no socks or coat. The reporting party said they offered to buy the child a pair of socks but the mother said the child wouldn’t keep them on.

A man coming down from drugs was given a ride to the emergency room.

A property manager was having issues with someone living in the laundry room.

According to the Whitefish Police Department, a woman said someone had been in her home.

A caller reported vandalism at his neighbors house.

A resident said someone tried to break into his apartment and caused damage to the front door. He said the subjects were not successful in breaking in, but they stole a flag.

A “creepy” man was staring at women through the window of a gym and reportedly came into the building and made inappropriate comments.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a woman requested a police officer escort her son to school because he wasn’t getting there on his own.

Two women were suspected in a theft in the candy aisle.

A caller was keeping a log recording instances of her neighbor’s barking dogs.

A driver was reported to be traveling way under the speed limit. Officers determined due to the current road conditions, the driver wasn’t being reckless at the time.

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