$75,000 lottery ticket reported stolen

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According to the Kalispell Police Department, a representative from the state lottery called police because they were worried there would an altercation between a woman who won $75,000 and a man who allegedly stole the ticket. According to dispatch, the representative said that if a police report was filed, they had video of the lottery ticket purchase and a video of the man who tried to cash the ticket in Helena.

A couple reportedly picked an inappropriate place for relations, inside a bathroom at a community gathering.

An assault, reportedly involving juveniles, occurred at a Kalispell motel where a guest was beat up with brass knuckles.

A man gave a woman a ride, and he believed she stole all the money out of his wallet.

A woman was walking her dog in the park when she heard a man crying for help. She didn’t want to walk over to him by herself. Police found the man in the trees. He was transported to the hospital.

A woman said at least 20 people trespassed into her apartment.

According to the Whitefish Police Department, a man who was arrested for a DUI said he couldn’t find his wallet or hoody.

When a woman went to change her flat tire, a mechanic found a bullet in it.

According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a scammer was texting from out of state, “hounding” a man for money. His cousin was worried he would give in and give the scammer money.

Someone gifted a bike to a caller’s friend, and the friend gave the bike to the caller. The caller wanted to make sure the bike wasn’t stolen.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Department, a Butte man said he had wired money to a woman who lives in Flathead County to visit him, but she never showed up. He requested a welfare check on her. When law enforcement spoke to the woman, she said she spoke with the guy and told him she wants nothing to do with him.

A tenant was months late on rent and the landlord said he hadn’t heard from him in weeks. The landlord wanted to get into the rental to see if he had run off.

Tools were reported missing from a work site.

A man was sent to the hospital for extreme intoxication after somebody found him passed out on the sidewalk.

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