A woman was probably thinking “Oh, yeah” a la the Kool-Aid Man when she went to get a glass of the flavored drink mix from the fridge, but her roommate took an “Oh, no” approach and reportedly kept putting his hands on her and pushed her away from the fridge. She asked Kalispell Police Department how to get a restraining order, but said she wasn’t fearful of him and wasn’t injured when police made contact. The man agreed to spend some time away from the house until things cooled off.
A woman unsuccessfully attempted to wheedle her way out of being accused of shoplifting on Hutton Ranch Road when she reportedly stole multiple items at a self-checkout, went to her van and told store security she didn’t have to show a receipt. The pair then allegedly went back into the store to try and find her receipt. The woman may need to reflect on her life decisions when she went home with a citation and a lifetime ban from the big-box store.
A homeless man allegedly started throwing around empty envelopes when someone just trying to get their mail refused to give him money. A later call came in about a homeless man who was kept going into a store and was supposedly throwing rocks in a parking lot and screaming obscenities on U.S. 93 South.
A new beauty influencer may be in the making when someone allegedly stole a package from a woman’s front porch that contained makeup.
A woman called police on behalf of a cab driver who reportedly had a disorderly passenger who didn’t pay. The caller, however, became angry with dispatchers for supposedly “not taking her call seriously.” She was purportedly annoyed because they asked questions to get information about the situation that “she didn’t have the answers to,” and wanted to cancel her complaint because allegedly it “seemed like this wasn’t a big deal to dispatch,” then hung up. Dispatchers called back, got her information and advised her that officers would contact the driver.
Someone reportedly wrote a check on a closed account when they got a copy of the returned check.
Flathead County Sheriff’s Office took a report about a man purportedly dragging a black bag in Bigfork that appeared to a woman to contain a body because there were jeans sticking out and the bag itself “seemed too big to be a clothing type bag.” The report was unfounded.
Four teenagers reportedly walked into a trailer park when one lit up a “blunt” on U.S. 2 in Evergreen.
A school administrator calling from Helena Flats Road allegedly asked if an officer was available to speak to a student purportedly caught rifling through backpacks three days in a row and although parents were notified “the student continues to be a snoop.”
A man’s little brother reportedly told him someone broke into their grandfather’s cabin on Moose Street in Coram.
Someone calling from Reserve Drive in Kalispell reported seeing “kids in their early teens” walking southbound on Whitefish Stage Road with a stolen street sign.
A trailer that had been tagged with a 24-hour tow notice on Rusty Trail was still sitting there and someone complained the man who owns it wouldn’t take it out of there yet “he was in and out all day.”