This text message really was a prank

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The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office received a report from a woman on Conrad Drive who said she received a mysterious text message that said, “I found your number, I’m going to find you.” She canceled the complaint when she learned it was an apparent prank by her roommate.

Two iPods were stolen from the glove box of a vehicle parked on East Evergreen Drive. Someone also reportedly rifled through two other vehicles on the same street.

A log jam was beginning to form in the Whitefish River near Drake Drive in Evergreen Tuesday morning, according to a resident.

Theft was reported by a woman on Airport Road who said her ex-boyfriend stole $400 from a bank account.

A man was arrested and woman was cited after a probation officer reported they were possibly using drugs in a home on Shady Lane.

Suspicious activity was reported on U.S. 93 South in Lakeside, where a man was asking people for money to help him get a hotel room.

Gold and silver coins were reported stolen from a safe in a home on Electric Avenue in Bigfork.

Two men reportedly stole an ammunition magazine from a business on U.S. 2 East.

A woman in a trailer park on Montana 83 near Bigfork called 911 when her husband got in an altercation with the manager of the park.

A caller on Angel Point Road said someone shot a phone line with a rifle.

Someone stole a purse from a vehicle on U.S. 2 East.

A man was arrested for a probation violation after a traffic stop on U.S. 2 East in Hungry Horse.

Two dogs were accused of chasing chickens at a home on Farm to Market Road.

A man on First Avenue Northwest in Hungry Horse said he caught an apparently homeless man in his yard Monday night and chased him away.

Two dogs were run over by a semi truck on Willow Glen Drive. The caller said the driver didn’t stop and that one of the dogs would need to be euthanized.

An intoxicated woman on Cottonwood Drive called 911 because she wanted a ride home.

Two males were seen punching each other on Hungry Horse Boulevard. They were apparently gone when an officer arrived.

The Kalispell Police Department received a report that a teenage boy on Jackson Peak Drive was driving a remote-controlled vehicle that emitted a high-pitch sound into a neighbor’s garage.

A stolen ring was found at a pawn shop on East Idaho Street. An officer interviewed an inmate at the Flathead County Detention Center about the theft.

A window was broken out of an office building on Conrad Drive.

On Second Avenue West, a man said he was being stalked by his ex-wife and her boyfriend.Nothing appeared to be missing from a home on Greatview Drive where a burglary was reported.

Video games were reported stolen by someone on Third Avenue East.

A mother on Ninth Avenue West took her 9-year-old daughter to the Kalispell Police Department so she could be counseled about stealing.

An intoxicated man was reportedly banging on the front door of a home on Fifth Avenue East.

Three juveniles were seen riding bikes on the roof of a business on Airport Road. They were gone when an officer arrived.

The owner of a home on Eighth Avenue West North reported that several items were stolen in an apparent burglary.

A car alarm appeared to have prevented a theft on Teal Drive. A woman said she saw someone running from her vehicle after the alarm sounded Sunday night.

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