Phone thief fibs to owner

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According to the Kalispell Police Department, a woman texted her missing phone, and someone replied they would return the phone. But then the person stopped replying.

A bartender found a man in overalls sleeping on the pavement near the back door. He requested law enforcement ask the man to move along.

Tracks in the snow indicated people were checking car doors. The reporting party said it looked like the suspects tried to get into more than twenty vehicles.

A father said a neighbor called his daughter vulgar names.

An employee at a pizza place wanted to know why police were following him.

A woman saw a minivan full of boys harassing a boy on a long board.

A neighbor dog was barking. The caller said it happens every night.

A man and a woman were dumpster diving.

A passerby saw an elderly man walking down the road looking very confused.

A resident said a vehicle with no license plates was parked outside his house for several days. A concerned citizen asked law enforcement to check on a woman in a parked vehicle who had her head tilted all the way back with her mouth open. The woman told law enforcement she was just tired and waiting for a friend.

A woman returning home from work noticed things were not as she left them. Her radio was off and lights were on that shouldn’t be. Law enforcement responded and found no signs of forced entry.

A driver followed a suspect after witnessing a hit and run car crash.

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, a gas station camera revealed a shoplifter caught in the act.

A resident discovered a large hand print on her window.

A woman answered her phone and the caller demanded money or told her they would disconnect her dish. She called the number on billing statement and confirmed it was a scam.

A broken down vehicle was partially blocking the road off U.S. 2.

A woman was upset because another woman was trying to kick her out of her residence.

Someone noticed a driver with his head out of the window flashing lights into houses.

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