Someone called the Kalispell Police Department to report a silver Jeep being driven erratically. The driver was shining a cell phone light all over the place and shining their headlights on houses. Turns out, the Jeep was “just a paper delivery person.”
An individual reported a man wearing shorts and walking around a parking lot yelling obscenities and carrying scissors.
A man walked into the Kalispell Police Department with the hopes that law enforcement would “verify his identity” after his ID got stolen from his duffel bag while he was at Rosauers. After that, the man kept talking, but nothing he said allegedly made any sense.
A caller stated their brother had reportedly showed up drunk again and fell asleep on the couch even though he knew he wasn’t supposed to do that and they didn’t want to confront him without police there. The reporting party also advised no lights or sirens were needed, because the residence was a senior center.
A man called police to express alarm at a load of people and a van that had congregated in the alley outside his home. He refused to answer more questions from police but said he had bear spray, presumably for personal protection.
Someone called police because whoever lived in the room above their room had left the water running and it was overflowing and coming into their apartment.
One woman woke up to find a knife and some beer cans in her yard. She called police to come collect the refuse.
A woman with a pink hair was sitting in the front of a van, and someone called the police because they thought she was doing drugs in the van with other people.