An intoxicated woman was upset with a Flathead County Sheriff’s Office dispatcher because no one had responded to her call, even though she couldn’t say whether she needed law enforcement, medical assistance or a fire response. She told the dispatcher she was “going to go get a drink” and “do it on her own.” She also said she was “not happy with her service” and was going to “turn them in.”
Someone thought a driver might have been chasing another car when she saw two black cars that “went racing down the road” in Evergreen.
A man said another man, who was drunk, hit him with a metal car spring. The two men separated for the night.
A neighbor was concerned about a large number of cars parking on Maple Drive in Kalispell for a party. She said the cars “somewhat” impeded traffic and she asked an officer to try to drive through the area to see if the road was still passable.
A “disorderly passenger” was removed from a train in Whitefish for “yelling and cussing” and “creating a disturbance.”
A neighbor was concerned because he saw vehicles in front of a house and he wasn’t sure if anyone was home. The vehicle lights were off and the person watching said he could see “someone getting in and out of the vehicles.” An officer in the area “ended up in pursuit of an unrelated vehicle.”
Someone called the Kalispell Police Department regarding the “legalities” of someone in the neighborhood owning a goose as a pet.
A woman’s ex-boyfriend started texting and harassing a mechanic after he worked on the woman’s car.
A homeowner asked the police to contact her because she noticed an SUV in the neighborhood she had never seen before.
A woman spent 45 minutes grabbing items in a store and claiming her boyfriend was coming to pay for them. She was asked to leave the store without the items.
An apartment-dweller wanted the police to check on her downstairs neighbor who was banging on the ceiling. He said he was “punching the ceiling because the female above was making a lot of noise and stomping around the apartment.”
A caller said she felt like the driver of a black Chevy Tahoe was following her and her grandmother, and then the driver parked behind a tree.