Spinning woman drunk on life

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According to the Kalispell Police Department, someone saw a woman walk out of a grocery store skipping and spinning around, They thought the woman was in no condition to drive. Officers followed the woman’s vehicle and found no indicators of driving impairment.

There was an anonymous call to a front desk agent about drug use happening in a room where a child was present. Police reportedly seized marijuana from the room and notified CPS of the incident.

A woman found drug paraphernalia in her adult daughter’s room and took it into the police department for destruction.

The family of a woman detoxing off methamphetamine was having trouble trying to restrain her. The woman was taken to the emergency room.

A man reportedly shoved a woman off some porch steps. The woman later denied anything physical took place and the man volunteered to stay in a camper for the night.

A man said he confronted his ex’s son about items he allegedly stole and pawned, and the man was hostile toward him.

A store employee reported a man stealing hand cream by putting it in his coat.

A caller suspected a personal care assistant of stealing their medication.

Someone reportedly broke part of a fence and climbed over it into an impound yard, then stole items from vehicles that had been impounded.

A woman said she did a money transfer for a rent deposit and the rental turned out to be fraud.

A helpful employee was able to talk a woman out of sending money to a man from the FBI who told her she won a vehicle. The employee said the woman had been scammed before and she reminded her about the last time it happened. The employee said she gave the woman a packet about scams, but evidently the woman had forgotten about it.

Gas cans were behind a woman’s garage that weren’t there before.

According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, a man got a ride into town after he rolled his car in an area with no cell service. He said he wasn’t injured in the crash, but the vehicle was sticking out into the road.

A woman reported she was assaulted by a family member who also stole her phone and her car.

A man said he got calls from a woman with very foul language, and he asked an officer to tell her to stop calling. The woman told the officer she was the one being harassed, and that the man told her to “drop dead.”

An officer was requested to speak with an 8-year-old about stealing.

Someone dumped a large amount of garbage in front of a dumpster.

A package was stolen off of a porch.

A disturbance took place reportedly involving one man grabbing another by the neck and choking him.

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