Kalispell Police Department received a phone call from an unintelligible teen who was reportedly crying hysterically. The teen’s father came on the line and explained that his 13-year-old daughter was allegedly caught lying and wanted to report him for spanking her, but stated that he had not yet spanked her. The father was advised on the legality of physically correcting a child and discouraged from its use on a 13-year-old.
There was no hamming around when a grocery store employee reported finding drug paraphernalia at the deli counter.
Someone claimed to be on the phone with a company that allegedly transferred them to 911.
A man told police that someone reportedly took things out of his yard and threw them into the city garbage can.
An intoxicated man was spotted stumbling all over the road and nearly getting hit by a few cars. He was also seen lying in the snow before getting back up.
A pistol was reported stolen from a vehicle that was broken into.
A customer reportedly found “a loaded needle” in front of a business.
A man may have accidentally run over his girlfriend’s foot when he attempted to drive away from his residence following an argument over money he allegedly owed her. The woman stated her foot was sore, but refused medical treatment.
A man was caught urinating by a dumpster and cussing at female employees. The man had reportedly taken keys from a vehicle one of the employees had left warming up.
The driver’s side window of a transport van on Hospital Way was reportedly knocked out .
Whitefish Police Department warned three people who were reported flying a drone over railroad property.
A Fourth Avenue West resident reported to Columbia Falls Police Department that a woman was allegedly ringing her doorbell, kicking the door and yelling at her to open it. The unruly woman was reportedly extremely intoxicated and the ruckus was supposedly about her computer being hacked. The woman was told to get some sleep, sober up and then fill out a statement.
A mother-daughter duo reportedly made a failed shoplifting attempt on Nucleus Avenue.