Woman cleans up towels from store rack

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Someone allegedly witnessed a woman take an armload of what they thought might be towels from a store’s outside rack and put it in the back of her vehicle.

Someone requested Kalispell Police Department check on the welfare of a man who was sitting eating a Happy Meal and then was seen “face down.”

A woman was threatening physical harm to a cashier, harassing customers and refusing to leave. The irascible woman was “trespassed” from the store.

Someone with neon green hair and cheetah print slippers was allegedly “messing with” someone’s car near Center Street and requested extra patrol.

A man with “scraggly” hair and dressed in a green jumpsuit was dressed for the occasion when he was allegedly seen jumping into the road.

A hyper man, who was reportedly on drugs, was sitting on a bench talking to himself and “tripping [so he] can’t hardly stand up straight.”

A man was seen approaching a vehicle with a screwdriver in his hand.

People with an outdoor movie theater setup purportedly had the volume turned up so high that it could be heard two blocks away.

Someone was seen throwing trash out of the window of a brown truck on East Idaho Street “all the way to the underpass hill.”

Someone wanted a “scary dude” in a vehicle moved along because he was not allowed on the property and they believed he had already been “run off” several times before.

Someone called in an ordinance violation reportedly regarding a couple driving a black vehicle with out-of-state license plates who had pitched a tent in some trees for a couple of days and were seen urinating one morning.

Someone wanted police to move along a person with an umbrella who was hanging out by a dumpster.

“Pry marks” were found around the gas cap of a government vehicle.

A man called police to report someone reportedly broke his windshield with rocks and believed it may be related to an incident reported weeks ago.

A motor home, truck and sedan were “tucked between” a private lot on a fairgrounds easement and allegedly weren’t authorized to be there. The person calling in the report told police a neighbor had complained about drug use by the occupants.

A “district leader” for a salon chain wanted to file a theft report against an employee, alleging that a bank had no record of her leaving a bank deposit in the night drop box.

A dog jumped out of a vehicle at a gas station and allegedly attacked a bicyclist while the driver was said to be drinking a beer.

A man, who wasn’t making much sense to dispatchers, said he “did a lot of coke,” that his “heart kept stopping,” he had difficulty breathing and felt like he was going to pass out.

A man supposedly ripped the valve stem out of a vehicle tire.

A homeless man seen stumbling “all over the place” before lying down in the gravel behind a restaurant. Police were out with the man was supposedly “snacking and snoozing.”

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