Will the real Slim Shady please stand up?

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A man received a call from a woman who wanted police to do a welfare check on another man she believed had been shot, but she did not provide an address before hanging up. With what little information was available — it was surmised that it could have been someone possibly talking about the rapper Eminem. Just to be sure, Kalispell Police Department checked records if an alias was being used. No records were found for the aliases of Eminem and Slim Shady, however.

Someone reported a dumpster-diving woman was allegedly throwing trash all over the place removed from the premises.

A woman reportedly sprayed pepper spray into a man’s eyes causing him to cry.

A 200-pound man wearing a yellow sweater and blue knee socks may have been revisiting his childhood when he was allegedly spotted jumping on his truck, pretending to walk on a balance beam, doing cartwheels and screaming at himself in a church parking lot. Everything was OK by the time police arrived.

Someone wanted a truck towed that supposedly had been parked in a location for more than a week and was leaking oil all over the ground.

Two people called police to report what appeared to be a car hood and a fender in the roadway near the center of two lanes on the overpass at Old Reserve Drive.

Someone’s neighbor allegedly thought a man wearing a leather vest and ponytail attempted to steal something. It was unknown whether the man was invited into the apartment or not while the tenant was out.

Two customers in a drive-thru were being disorderly when a woman and man reportedly got out of their vehicles and started yelling at each other.

Someone was concerned about the welfare of a dog that was allegedly whining and barking after being left inside a mobile home alone for at least 24 hours after “everyone stormed out yesterday.”

A family member supposedly arrived on the scene to take care of an elderly woman reported to have been recklessly driving in the wrong lane.

Ammo was found in and around a dumpster located in an alley by someone who believed it could have been stolen or ditched there. A gun was not found on the site.

Someone who claimed to be with airport security was concerned after allegedly finding a large amount of containers concealed in a peanut butter jar and wasn’t sure if it was “drugs or what.”

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