Stranger makes himself at home

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A resident told the Kalispell Police Department a bearded stranger parked his vehicle and purportedly walked through their house and into the yard. The man allegedly had “the wrong house,” but went in because he “was told to come on in when he got there.”

A woman purportedly caught some rapscallions before they knocked her garbage bins down and was probably shaking her fist angrily in the air. No damage to the garbage bins was reported. The woman allegedly told police about the kids’ “previous activity of vandalism,” and claimed to know where they lived.

A woman on Third Avenue told officers she was trying to keep a family of ducks from crossing the road and said they were now hiding from her. Dispatchers advised the woman to “back off and they would find water.”

A highly intoxicated male who looked underage was spotted hunched over a bathroom trashcan, throwing up while at the movies. He may have passed out at one point and there were concerns that he was driving when he left.

An employee allegedly could see a man on camera stealing things in a back corner of the toys section. The man was also said to have used a knife to cut things off store displays.

A parent reported their son physically assaulting his sisters when they took away his phone in the parking lot of the juvenile detention center.

A 28-year-old man was reportedly throwing things at his mother and was “physically and verbally abusive” on a daily basis.

Someone alleged a woman was either hitting a child or a dog in a vehicle that was swerving on the road.

Someone reporting identity theft in Alaska told Columbia Falls Police Department she wanted to speak to an officer because “some of the identities” were from the area and said she already reported it to local law enforcement officers, but that “they are all crooked.” She told Columbia Falls police to call her quickly because “she might be dead tonight because they were coming for her.”

An odd man who supposedly spends several hours every morning in a Ninth Street business alarmed an employee when he allegedly said “anyone ever threaten to shoot up the place?”

Someone on Sixth Avenue reported a 3-year-old was not secured properly in vehicle westbound on U.S. 2 and purportedly saw her knees “waving out the window” and a man driving with a dog on his lap.

A woman on First Avenue was surprised to receive two phone messages from someone claiming her order was being shipped although she reportedly did not order anything.

A man went to Whitefish Police Department to talk to an officer about a threat someone reportedly made to his wife that they “might burn the house down with everyone in it.”

A woman parked on First Street called police while purportedly dealing with her swollen eyes that felt like they “were on fire” after she was sprayed with bear spray in a road rage-related confrontation with another vehicle.

A 3-year-old was supposedly running around unsupervised on Lupfer Avenue.

Someone and their friend were allegedly being followed by a man on a bicycle on Baker Avenue who was circling and yelling at them so they called him a loser.

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