Hospital patient loses track of $600 cash

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According to Kalispell Police logs, a patient at a local hospital reported $600 in cash missing from their wallet. The patient was uncertain if the money was inside his wallet during transport to the hospital as he was reportedly “out of it.”

A caller reported the driver of a silver or gold vehicle was traveling eastbound in the wrong lane on U.S. 2 near the intersection of North Meridian Road and West Idaho Street.

A woman contacted police to report her ex-boyfriend was allegedly stalking her. When questioned, the boyfriend said she had called and asked to meet him for lunch at a local Asian restaurant. During the meal, the two reportedly got into an argument. Both parties later contacted law enforcement to report harassment.

An individual reported two subjects allegedly stealing things, including a microwave, from a donation bin outside a local grocery store. The individuals reportedly drove off in a dark teal Thunderbird.

An employee at a local business reported a woman yelling profanities at them after she was allegedly refused service. The employee asked officers to remove the woman from the premises.

Two men were observed having a “brawl” outside a Kalispell business.

A woman reported receiving threatening phone calls that her husband was going to harm her cat while she was out of town. The male was instructed to report to his probation and parole officer the following day. He denied ever talking to the woman or talking about harming the cat.

A woman reported having difficulty reaching her daughter by phone. An officer called the daughter’s number who answered and said, “You got to be [expletive] kidding me,” and hung up the phone. The officer contact the girl’s mother, who reported she had made contact with her daughter.

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