The Kalispell Police Department received a call from someone at Woodland Park who reported being harassed by a duck. The woman, who called 911, said the duck would not stop following her. An officer distracted the duck and the woman was able to get away, according to dispatch logs. The duck then began following the patrol car.
Officers cited a woman for having an open container of alcohol in public after a caller said the woman was defecating in clear view of others in Woodland Park Friday afternoon. A witness told her there was a bathroom nearby, but the woman said she couldn’t make it.
A caller on West Idaho Street said a parking lot was full of drunk teenagers.
Youths were seen breaking bottles in a parking lot on West Idaho Street as well.
Someone drove through a fence and crashed into a golf course in north Kalispell.
A teenage boy reportedly forced his way into a business on U.S. 93 North, and then displayed an obscene gesture toward an employee from the parking lot after he was asked to leave.
An employee at a business on North Main Street locked herself inside the building after a man lying on the ground in front of the business began screaming and yelling.
Officers pursued a man who fled on foot Friday afternoon after ditching his vehicle at an automobile dealership on U.S. 2 in Evergreen.
A landlord on Empire Loop accused a tenant of stealing mail.
Checks were reported stolen by a woman on West Center Street.
Someone used a key to scratch a vehicle on East Nevada Street.
A woman on Second Avenue East said her intoxicated husband fell and injured the back of his head. It was later discovered that the injury was caused by a possible partner/family member assault.
Two men seen smoking marijuana in a parking lot on East Idaho Street had medical marijuana cards.
A woman said a man came into a home on Fourth Avenue West and assaulted her brother.
A caller on Teal Drive said a dog attacked his dog while he was walking. The owner of the aggressive canine was warned.
Theft was reported at a business on Third Avenue East North after someone drove away without paying for $77.70 in fuel. Officers found the driver, who agreed to return and pay for the fuel.
Complaints about fireworks were reported on Appleway Drive, Rimrock Court and 12th Street East.
A woman on U.S. 93 South accused a neighbor of stealing money from her home.
A man on U.S. 93 South refused medical treatment after someone hit him in the back of his head with a beer bottle.
Officers arrested a man on College Avenue after he initially claimed his wife sliced him with a knife. The wife reported that he had slashed her tires and attacked her and that she fled the residence.
Fraud was reported on Eighth Avenue West where someone sent money via Western Union for a prize that didn’t actually exist.
A bicycle was stolen from in front of a business on U.S. 93 South.
The Somers Volunteer Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire on School Addition Road Saturday afternoon.
Montana Highway Patrol responded to a vehicle that went into Lick Lake near Eureka. There were no injuries.