Captured kitty makes fast getaway

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A caller asked for a Kalispell Police Officer to meet him at the animal shelter so he could leave a cat there. By the time the officer arrived, the kitty escaped and ran off into the woods.

A vehicle reportedly smashed several mailboxes on Garland Street.

Someone reported a man who walked through the alley and looked over fences. She was concerned because she had a lot of tools sitting outside the back of her home.

A person who was reportedly very drunk called police after she had her tooth knocked out. She wanted an ambulance, but when an officer arrived, there was no one around.

A red-haired woman was reportedly throwing glasses and breaking things at the bar. She left on foot wearing a short red dress and a jean jacket.

A woman discovered a stray black and white mastiff in her yard. When she called the number on the rabies tag, it was for a vet clinic in Minot, North Dakota.

A woman called the Columbia Falls Police Department to report she received text messages from someone who threatened to kill her.

A female caller was having issues unlocking her phone when it went into SOS mode.

A person reported three kids that beat her mailbox up. She said they ran away when she went to confront them. She didnít want to press charges, but wanted someone to talk to them about the error of their ways.

Someone reported that she was assaulted by a 14-year-old girl who hit her with a soap bottle. The caller said the girl may have been under the influence.

A 911 call originated when a woman was testing her new medical alarm pendant. She said it was supposed to call back the alarm company.

A caller wanted police to increase patrols near her motherís home because the womanís daughter was going to be released from jail. The caller wasnít sure what the daughter would do when she got out.

A caller reported a close call with another driver on Baker Ave. in Whitefish. When they came to a stop sign at the same time, the suspect gave the caller a dirty look. Someone reported that her volleyball gear and wallet were stolen. She wanted to know if there was a camera that may have witnessed the incident,

A woman reported she lost her sterling silver chain bracelet that had a heart charm on it. She thought it may have been stolen while she at a medical clinic.

A woman was cited for urinating in public.

Someone called to ask a question about firing a gun inside city limits.

A woman living on Baypoint Drive said her house had been egged on the last two Saturday nights.

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