Seizure suspected as cause of crash into building

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A male driver with a child in the vehicle reportedly crashed into the side of a brick building, according to a Kalispell Police report. The report stated that witnesses believed the driver had a seizure prior to the crash and was found unconscious. The infant was taken inside the building.

Officers responded to a pharmacy where a man with four young children allegedly threatened to slit someone’s throat. The man allegedly continued to threaten others and the children with him in the pharmacy parking lot.

A man and woman reportedly parked their car in the middle of a road to settle an argument. A reporting party stated the couple was screaming and throwing punches inside the vehicle.

A woman called 911 after reportedly smoking marijuana inside a car with another party in a fast-food parking lot. The caller claimed that “something deep inside her told her to get out of the car” and told dispatch that the other party was “terrorizing her.” She requested that officers make the other woman leave her alone.

Someone was reportedly seen loading an elk calf into the back of a truck, according to a Flathead County Sheriff’s Office report. The report did not indicate whether the calf was dead or alive.

A male brindle pit bull was reportedly found and taken to the country animal shelter.

A man and woman in a truck were reportedly seen checking mailboxes on Swan Hill Drive. The reporting party was unsure whether a theft occurred.

Someone reportedly found what they believed to be meth hanging from the rearview mirror of a vehicle believed to be stolen and allegedly parked illegally in front of a stop sign facing the wrong direction.

A man and woman reportedly stole beer and jerky from a store.

Someone called 911 after reportedly finding blood in the snow. The caller allegedly scooped up the bloody snow and saved it “just in case.”

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