No tantrums allowed in school zone

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An unknown female was reportedly seen yelling and throwing things in an alley off Second Avenue East. The reporting party was unsure at whom or why the woman was yelling and throwing things, but she expressed concern that she was doing so near a school, according to Kalispell Police.

A woman reported her stepdaughter for “being a pain in the butt” and refusing to return her vehicle.

A resident of Muskrat Drive told officers they were concerned something was wrong at the neighbor’s house because their dogs were barking more than usual.

The manager of a store reported catching two underage employees drinking on the job while pushing shopping carts through the business’s parking lot.

An employee at a liquor store called Kalispell Police to check the identification of a customer whom she believed was attempting to purchase alcohol with a fake license. The customer in question reportedly waited for officers to arrive and check his allegedly fake Arizona license.

A woman reportedly ran out of gas at an intersection with her child in the car. New to the area, the woman allegedly knew no one in the area but did not want to call a tow truck. Police told the woman to call a tow truck.

A customer reportedly stole a vaping device from an employee of a store. The alleged thief was reportedly caught on video taking the device, but returned it to the employee the next day.

Someone reportedly stole a phone charger out of someone’s home. The homeowner called the police, though he reportedly knew who took it.

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