Escape goat a repeat offender

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According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a caller was upset that a goat was always getting out of its yard.

Someone reportedly tried to get a fake prescription filled at a pharmacy.

The owner of recovered gun said they had lost it last summer while picking huckleberries.

A caller said they were awoken by three people fighting.

A man said a neighbor broke into his garage and moved stuff around and left bags of trash inside.

A trucking company said multiple vehicles were ransacked in the parking lot and someone rifled through their shed.

A dog climbed over a snow drift and got in the neighbor’s yard, causing an exchange of words between the neighbors. The dog owner said they dug the drift out so the dog couldn’t do it again.

A Columbia Falls resident said he let his brother borrow his Ruger, then his brother told him he didn’t know where the gun went.

A man said a plow driver was trying to hit him with his plow.

A man reportedly jumped from a silver truck and tried to gain entrance into a vehicle before running and jumping a fence.

A woman’s boyfriend was allegedly being violent to one of her children.

A case of road rage was reported when a driver nearly hit a vehicle involved in an accident, cut off another driver, then pulled up to the driver and started cursing at him.

A woman said she forgot to take the plates off a vehicle she sold a few years ago and she got a citation from a stop light camera showing that license plate on a different car.

Two dogs and a litter of puppies were crossing U.S. 2.

Someone saw a driver and a passenger passing a beer back and forth.

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department, a caller was worried about a large moose in the area harming children.

A man slumped over on a bench was just taking a nap.

A man reportedly walked up and started watching children sledding at a school. He then made “shooting” gestures with his hands before walking off.

A woman said a man threatened to burn her house down.

The owner of a missing dog said she got a call from someone who said they had her dog, and tried to convince her to give him the dog.

A caller reported smelling “something nasty” like burning garbage or a dead animal.

According to the Kalispell Police Department, a van was impeding a construction project. When the owner was contacted, he said the van only runs in reverse, but he would try to keep it parked on the other side of the road.

An older woman was seen being aggressive toward a young girl.

A caller heard a screaming child and asked a man if it was his screaming child, and the man reportedly put his middle finger up at her.

A man said he had his gun in his coat pocket and now he can’t find his coat or his gun.

A man in a white pickup offered a boy candy when he was walking home from school.

A passerby spotted a man in a sleeping bag lying on a walking path.

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