Calling 911 is child’s play

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A playful baby accidentally called 911. Later on, someone’s son, who was also playing with a phone, also dialed 911 on accident.

An alleged homeless man was likely not looking for lattes when he was supposedly yelling at patrons in front of a business entrance and refusing to leave when asked by an employee.

A cautious employee called Kalispell Police Department after reportedly finding a needle while sorting through a public shredding bin.

Fraud may have occurred when a man told police he got a call where someone asked him to “square up on some of his debt,” and asked for a credit card number. The man reportedly gave the caller his address, but not a credit card number.

Someone allegedly witnessed large amounts of methamphetamine being sold in the Hutton Ranch area, but was reportedly being “very vague” with dispatchers.

Things were unbearably noisy for a woman who repeatedly called police to complain. The alleged noise was reportedly causing her apartment to vibrate and was so loud that she had to leave her bedroom and sleep on the couch. The woman wanted to remain anonymous because she supposedly had been threatened before.

A couple were yelling and screaming obscenities and threats at each other when the man locked himself in a camper. The heated argument supposedly started because the man ran out of propane and the woman called him racial slurs.

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