Child porn reported on student iPod

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An administrator from a Commerce Street school in Bigfork contacted the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office after a student admitted to having child pornography on his iPod and to distributing it, but refused to open the device for the administrator.

A man in a fur coat and gray hat was reported to police after refusing to leave a U.S. 2 East business in Coram.

A thief dead set on not getting caught stole the cameras from the outside of a U.S. 2 East business.

A cow crossing the road temporarily caused a traffic hazard on U.S. 93 South.

Someone cut the chain-link fence to and burglarized a Montana 206 property in Columbia Falls.

A flannel-clad man in white pants carrying a white plastic bag was reported nearly being hit by cars several times on U.S. 2 East.

An Appleway Drive resident reported hearing youths racing in the parking lot.

Someone ransacked a storage locker behind a U.S. 2 East thrift store.

Someone shot a mailbox on Bachelor Grade Road, also leaving behind a pile of white powder.

A Kalispell Police officer helped locate a 6-year-old boy after the child went missing from a U.S. 93 South hotel room for 45 minutes Wednesday. The boy was eventually found playing video games in an upstairs room.

A mustached panhandler was reported flipping off drivers on U.S. 93 South who didn’t stop and give him money.

A miffed man stopped by the police station to show an officer a picture that someone painted on his truck.

Officers responded to a Third Avenue East North parking lot after an 81-year-old woman fell, sustaining cuts to her head as well as a possible broken arm and hip.

A concerned Two Mile Drive resident reported several kittens abandoned a block away from her home.

A Whitefish Police officer arrested a boy and took him to the police station before releasing him to his father after the boy was found to be in possession of a pack of Camel cigarettes at an East Fourth Street school.

An upset motorist contacted the Columbia Falls Police Department after a man pulled up next to him at a stop light on Nucleus Avenue and threatened him and his wife. He told a dispatcher he just wanted police to know, so if the man showed up at his house, he could just shoot him.

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