According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a 3-year-old was freed after getting his head stuck in the legs of a rocking horse. The child was not injured in the incident.
Law enforcement talked to a student after the student reportedly told his classmates that officers were going to come to the school and harm the students.
Someone found a woman’s robe that was all bloody under a fresh layer of snow. The caller thought someone may have used the robe to pull a deer off the road because there was deer hair along with the blood on the robe.
A woman was trying to get two kayaks back that she had loaned to another woman.
According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, a woman was reportedly trapped in her vehicle because she was afraid of a moose in her yard.
A caller witnessed a van back up into another van in a parking lot and take off.
A man said two men came into his house 45 minutes earlier and took his girlfriend. He said he didn’t know where they took her.
A skier was located after going missing.
A woman had an aggressive stray cat at her property.
A woman with a warrant was arrested at a bowling alley.
Law enforcement located a man with Alzheimer’s who had wandered from his home.
Someone reportedly siphoned more than $100 worth of gasoline out of a vehicle.
Response was canceled for a call from a woman who said an intruder broke into her house when law enforcement found out the “intruder” also lived in the house. The two parties reportedly had a an ongoing civil dispute.
A chimney fire was reported on Cabinet Avenue.
According to the Kalispell Police Department, a fraud report was made regarding a medical employee who may be writing false prescriptions. A woman said she was cut off by another driver, and then the driver illegally parked in a handicap spot.
A man thought his mother-in-law might have filed a report against him.
A high school student was reportedly assaulted at the mall.
Someone found a baggie of what looked like drugs and turned it in to the police department for destruction.
A caller said he thought he knew the suspect in a Facebook post about stolen snowboards.
A woman said she provided her bank account info to get a refund for computer repairs but was scammed out of $550.
An unknown man was reportedly taking pictures of a woman’s children on Friday night in a department store. She said she confronted the man, made him delete the photos and took down his information. Both parties were counseled.