Man points ‘finger gun’ at business

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According to the Whitefish Police Department, a man was standing outside a window of a business allegedly making “finger guns” and pointing them inside the building.

A confused, male was reportedly having trouble remembering where he lived. He was allegedly knocking on different doors in the complex and yelling “raaaah.”

A caller found an old black and white dog. When they tried to investigate the dog’s collar it showed its teeth.

A group of snowboarders were jumping off a wall and landing out on the street.

A father was reportedly letting his teenage son drive without a license.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Department, a caller said someone setting up an internet connection at their house was taking drinks from a bottle in the driveway.

A man was sending a woman vulgar text messages.

A resident was worried that motorists were exceeding the speed limit at an intersection marked 45 mph. He said a motorist hit his dog due to the speeding problem.

A teenager reportedly stole a vehicle from her grandma and slid into a snowbank.

Two roommates got in an argument. One of them said the other one “smacked me around.”

A Bigfork resident bought property and was thinking about buying some goats and chickens. Before they did, they wanted to know how law enforcement would handle noise complaints due to goats and chickens.

A caller was concerned about the welfare of a neighbor’s dog. They said the children kicked the dog and father backhanded a dog in the face.

A tenant said he told his landlord he would be late with his rent, and the landlord started screaming at him and banging on the door with a gun tucked into his shirt. The landlord said he didn’t have a gun and the tenant was making up the story because he was being evicted.

A Kalispell business was broken into and the burglar reportedly broke a bunch of computers.

A woman with a shovel was threatening to hit people.

A landlord said their tenants were running a kerosene heater in the house.

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