The manager of a restaurant told Kalispell Police that someone in a black Audi coupe sold drugs to members of the wait staff. The manager said one of her servers was “high” while working. The manager thought the seller had sold methamphetamine and heroin. The manager said he didn’t want anything done to the server, but hoped the dealer could be arrested.
Someone said a man covered in blood due to a head injury knocked on his door and asked for a towel. “Headwound Harry” said he hit his head in the alleyway behind the caller’s house. When asked if he needed an ambulance, he said “No.”
A large gun safe was stolen from a woman’s garage two or three days ago. She said her neighbor may have a description of the people who broke into her garage. She said she didn’t report the theft of the safe at first because there wasn’t anything of value in it. She decided to report it when her neighbor told her he had items stolen and she thinks the incidents may be related.
A hotel employee said a man left without paying a $1,100 bill. He said the man had stayed there for a long time and occasionally paid cash. He left no address or phone number.
Someone said his neighbor’s pool flooded his yard and garden. He didn’t know if it broke or the neighbor let the water out. An officer arrived to answer the man’s questions.
Two men and a woman came in and helped themselves to breakfast despite the fact they weren’t guests. They were asked to leave, but refused. When an officer arrived, warrants for some of the breakfast club were confirmed.
Someone’s Kettcar was recently stolen. It was described as a yellow and lime-green peddle car.
A man with a new cellphone accidentally dialed 911 as he worked to figure out how the device worked.
Someone received an email that stated the person had won millions of dollars.
The police were called when a man loaned a woman a 1997 GMC Blazer and she hadn’t returned it yet.
The owner of two Lab pups left the park after an officer told him of the ordinance regarding unleashed animals. Leashes were offered to the dog walker, but he opted to leave. The officer was alerted to the matter when a caller said the dogs were trying to nip at kids in the park.
A concerned citizen told Columbia Falls Police he heard, then saw a group of people assaulting a car. It wasn’t known what the vehicle did to deserve such a beating.
Someone reported a shed with an open door. An officer secured it and locked it tight.