No puppy love from karate kid

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According to the Kalispell Police Department, a man said his young puppy jumped up to “say hi” while he walked by a man and the man took a strong kick toward the dog. The caller said he apologized for the dog’s behavior asked the suspect not to kick, but then the suspect threatened to kick him.

A driver said a man with a red beard turned in front of him without using a blinker. He said he yelled at the man to use his blinker, but the man allegedly started yelling back and held his hand inside his coat pocket like he had a gun.

A cleaner thought someone was running around on the roof.

A caller said their was a driver who lived in Montana for more than 60 days but hadn’t registered their vehicle.

A 2-month-old was reportedly in a car without a car seat. The baby’s father said he tried to call the woman driving the car but her phone was off. The car had a “Girls get dirty too” bumper sticker on it.

A woman said she was kicked out a hotel because her baby was crying and she couldn’t check in to any other hotel in the valley.

An employee said she had a video of a thief stealing her wallet.

A father reportedly called police after finding his daughter on a “most wanted” list.

Officers were unable to locate a woman and man who reportedly hopped a motel fence. A motel employee suspected the woman was wanted by the drug enforcement task force.

Police responding to a man passed out in his car found the man was fine. He was just napping before heading back to Polson.

A homeowner said a man who was supposed to be taking care of his home ended up moving in to his house, along with other people, and was causing trouble. The homeowner wanted to know how to get the man out.

A stolen vehicle was spotted in a grocery store parking lot.

A caller said she was being harassed by a neighbor, and the neighbor’s attention toward her children concerned her.

A 16-year-old boy keeps skipping school, according to a caller.

A man who wears dresses and high heels reportedly pounded on his neighbor’s door multiple times throughout the week.

A woman said her child told her the neighbor kid reportedly punched him and stole his hover board. She said she would handle the situation with the other child’s father.

A woman reportedly got out of a vehicle screaming and crying, telling a male driver “Get away from me.”

A woman let someone she knew get in to her vehicle, but then the person wouldn’t get out.

A fitness club owner wanted members trespassed from the business.

A concerned resident said a group of runners kept running along a dangerous road.

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