Woman drops wallet into someone else’s purse

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According to the Kalispell Police Department, security footage showed that a lady who was visiting Montana from Canada accidentally dropped her wallet into someone else’s purse while she was shopping.

A law enforcement officer watched a store’s security video to try to find out what happened to a woman’s lost wallet. After viewing the video, law enforcement determined she never had her wallet with her at the store.

A motel employee said they were getting complaints from guests about teenagers hanging out in the back and asked an officer to drive by to “scare them off.”

A man was reportedly making violent threats toward his mother’s boyfriend,

A very intoxicated male said he was assaulted in a parking lot fight that involved 20 people.

A resident said he was rescinding his offer to let a man and woman stay at his apartment, because now one of them was threatening him with knives.

A road construction barricade got knocked over near Greenwood Village.

A man said he remembers having his phone when he went into a bar and but he no longer had his phone and couldn’t remember where he lost it.

An banquet employee said she was cursed out by a homeless woman sleeping in the lobby.

According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, an officer talked with a frustrated wife about her husband. The officer also talked to the husband, and determined everything was OK.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a bulldog that was running in the road was taken to the county shelter.

A dangerous sledding situation was reported by a resident who said they saw five children in the back of pickup that was also pulling five children in a sled.

A shoplifter allegedly took two bags of merchandise from a store in Hungry Horse. The shoplifter had reportedly told an employee she was from Medford, Oregon.

A hate message had reportedly been stomped into the snow near Halfmoon Lake.

A man and his mother-in-law were separated by law enforcement after the man reported his mother-in-law was taking his tools from the house. The mother-in-law reportedly told police the son-in-law “owes her” and so she was taking his belongings.

A woman said she and her boyfriend had been at a bar in Essex when a man and two women came in. The man reportedly started buying the couple a lot of drinks. During their conversation the man reportedly told the couple he had killed somebody the previous day, and pulled out what the caller believed to be human teeth.

Law enforcement was contacted to help remove a man with an aggressive service dog from the train. Law enforcement reportedly tried to help the man get a bus ticket.

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