Neighbor fires gun in the dark

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According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a woman didn’t like her neighbor shooting a pistol at night in the dark. She said she had to get up early, and she had on ongoing issue with him shooting his gun at night. Police contacted the man and advised him if he could stop shooting by 10 p.m. to it would be better for those who had to go to work in the morning.

A man with a smart watch accidentally called 911 while he was waiting in line for a ski lift.

A woman said her daughter is a horrible alcoholic and reported that she’s asked certain businesses not to sell alcohol to her daughter.

A blonde woman with her hair in a braid was reported to be driving her grey Subaru all over the road. The caller said the woman parked her vehicle, slammed her door and took off on foot.

A caller said a woman who had been arrested left her dogs and the caller couldn’t keep them. A jail sergeant helped to contact a woman who could take the dogs and the dogs were transported to the new pet caretaker.

A guest accidentally set off an alarm at a ranch near Kalispell.

A woman said her family and friends had been receiving threats from a very disgruntled man for years. She said the man told her if she got in a helicopter the helicopter would go down.

A woman was able to round up a horse who was running around Whitefish Stage Road into a pen near other horses, but she didn’t know if the horse belonged in that pen.

A woman said her ex-roommate threatened to beat up her boyfriend.

A caller said she saw a man in a minivan chasing after a female. The parties were located and separated for the night.

A driver reportedly forgot to plug his trailer into his pickup and was driving the trailer with no lights.

A mattress was causing a road hazard.

A man was trying to get everyone in a Kalispell bar to fight him, and the bartender wanted him removed.

A motorist was reportedly stuck in a blizzard for three hours, and was crying on the phone with his friend because he was so cold.

A man said his vehicle was towed and he couldn’t afford to get the vehicle out of the tow yard. The man said he needed to get personal items from the vehicle but the tow yard was refusing to let him grab the items.

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