A man purportedly received a lifetime ban from a big-box store on Hutton Ranch Road after store security requested Kalispell Police Department move the man along for prior theft attempts.
A woman reportedly called police to report that she told a man standing across the street from an apartment building to leave because he “looked creepy standing there waiting for someone.” The woman, who supposedly had been drinking, said every time she went out to smoke he made comments to her and she wanted him to go far away because he was really annoying her. She purportedly added that he already had been told by the “po-po’s” to stay away.
Someone almost hit a man supposedly standing in the middle of an intersection who “seemed” like he was running back and forth as if he was “playing chicken” with vehicles.
A man alleged his wife had been using methamphetamine for several months and was now talking to imaginary people, yelling and screaming, but was calm when officers arrived.
Someone called police to report a tenant who was allegedly on a “bender” and had been screaming and yelling for help over the past three days. The caller said the man was not supposed to be drinking on the property. The man was reportedly OK and didn’t need anything from law enforcement.
A transient reportedly refused to leave a residence where the homeowner had let her stay for a week and was screaming and cussing. The person who called the report in feared she might try to break a window.
A man allegedly told police his wife was threatening to hit him with a glass jar, but threw it at something else. While the incident was “more of a verbal altercation,” he wanted to document the threats because after more than a decade of marriage she was starting to act violent. While she hadn’t hit him with any weapons yet, she supposedly had held up items such as hammers and big cookie jars in a threatening manner.
A customer reportedly complained to a manager that a man waring an orange hat was seen pulling on car doors, trying to open them.
Someone reportedly told Flathead County Sheriff’s Office their mother had broken into their father’s Kalispell residence and trashed it.
A passerby purportedly “got a bad feeling” about a running vehicle in a store parking lot in Evergreen and wanted deputies to check it out. The person didn’t know if there was anyone inside the vehicle because the windows were covered in snow.
A man calling from U.S. 2 in Columbia Falls reportedly told officers that another man, possibly high on methamphetamine, pulled a small knife from his boot, pointed it at him and moved toward him in an “aggressive manner,” but stopped when other people arrived to the scene and headed toward Halfmoon Road.