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A man found a chainsaw and a briefcase in a ditch that belonged to a man from Dayton.

A man called the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office to report that someone was burning trash behind his home. A deputy advised the man about outdoor burning.

A woman on her way to church called to report squatters on Forest Service property. They were in a black van on Blacktail Road.

A man reported his ex-girlfriend tried to set a window in his shop on fire.

A caller reported a man was shooting guns and riding his motorcycle up and down the road while being generally disrespectful. The person said his behavior violated the Stage 2 fire restrictions.

A person found an older, brown and white dog that was blind in one eye on Highway 40. It was taken to the county animal shelter.

A person who arrived home found his door had been kicked in and the house ransacked. He said the gun safe was ransacked and a handgun had been stolen.

Another man reported that he thought someone stole his gun from his vehicle in the last two weeks.

A person wanted to speak to a deputy about her daughter’s “crazy” boyfriend.

A caller reported to the Kalispell Police Department that someone egged his vehicle as well as his neighbor’s. He asked for officers to increase patrols.

Someone who took out a $1,000 money order said she couldn’t find it and wanted to report it stolen so she could get her money back.

A Columbia Falls resident reported that after she called about her neighbor’s dog using her yard as its bathroom, the neighbor came over and harassed her about it.

A police officer came to a woman’s rescue after she locked herself out of her home.

A woman said she didn’t mean to call 911, but she said she was learning how to use her new phone.

A person who had been drinking heavily fell, cut her lip and was bleeding. She refused medical treatment and said she was going to sleep.

Traffic was backed up on Lakeshore Drive in Whitefish recently after a momma black bear and her cubs made an appearance.

Another bear that was trying to dumpster dive at the back of an area hotel was thwarted by a fence. The person that reported it said he was going to wait inside his vehicle until the bear left.

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