A man cruising around on a 10-speed attempted to use a fake $100 bill at a coffee shop, according to Kalispell Police Department logs. Police checked out surveillance footage and the man was arrested and cited.
A subject living in a transient camp down by the tracks reported that he had frostbite and his toe had fallen off.
A driver was cited for doing a burnout at school.
A shouting match ensued following a fender-bender. It was possible that one of the drivers intentionally rammed into the other, but no one wanted to press charges.
A school bus was traveling erratically near Holt Stage and Montana 35. The bus reportedly crossed a double-yellow line to avoid a turning vehicle, nearly causing an accident.
A counterfeit $50 bill was confiscated, but the suspect got away.
A caller reported receiving a very disturbing phone call from an unknown person who used many not nice words.
A suspicious-looking man was seen drilling into a bus stop shelter. He was wearing a winter cap and had a shopping cart. It turns out the man was just doing some maintenance on an advertising sign at the bus stop.
A man said he was getting threatening texts from his ex, but no one would do anything about it. Changing his number was out of the question, he said.
A soon-to-be ex-husband reportedly created a website about his wife containing vulgarities.
A woman with a warrant for her arrest was spotted at a machine inside a casino.
A male driver was seen speeding, swerving, yelling and throwing beer cans from his SUV.
A man was drunk and wandering around the hospital campus. The reporting party was worried because the man always acts up when he’s drunk. Police later reunited the man with his family.
A group of teenage girls suspected of shoplifting were 86’d from a grocery store and turned over to their guardians.