According to the Kalispell Police Department, a man said he and his wife are getting a divorce and his wife took almost $10,000 cash from their safe.
A driver said they were rear ended and the other driver was aggressive with him, threatening to sic his pit bull on him. A witness of the accident reported separately that it looked like the driver who was rear ended deliberately slammed on his brakes.
A semi-truck ran into a van in a gas station parking lot, but instead of stopping, the driver continued onto the highway.
A woman said her nephew had an automatic rifle and claimed that he also has a mental disability. She said she didn’t think the man was a threat, but reported his father didn’t know about it.
A large dog was running around getting into garbage.
There has been an ongoing problem with a vehicle illegally parking in a handicap spot in front of a Kalispell business.
A group of people were trespassed from a department store after an altercation. A group of men were allegedly making comments about another man’s girlfriend and making racial slurs.
According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, a woman wanted police to go through her son’s stuff to see if he had anything that was stolen.
A man was reportedly in pain but didn’t want to go to the emergency room.
A caller requested a welfare check on a student who had been absent for seven days with no calls.
A Libby resident was getting calls asking him for money and to take a loan out on his house to get money.
A call about smoke coming from the basement of a home turned out to be a false alarm.
Someone found a briefcase in the woods behind his house.
A man said he got a scam call from “foreign talking” individuals who told him he needed his credit card number changed. He said the caller put the phone down and he could hear a lot of background noise and then the caller hung up.
A man said his father went missing while traveling with his wife in Idaho. His father was located at a medical center after a non-serious injury vehicle accident.
According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a caller saw a man with gray hair and a beard dragging a sleeping bag on the street, and thought he needed to be checked on.
A rental business said they came to repossess some items and a woman was being hostile. She later settled down and they were able to get the items.
A man claimed his wife hit his daughter and then bit him.
A driver got his vehicle stuck in a parking lot and was hoping an officer could assist in “unsticking” him.