Identity theft victim wants justice

March 24, 2020 1:00 AM

A man called Whitefish Police Department claiming his identity was stolen 20 years ago, and since then, the identity thief has “gotten in trouble” with the law and “he has had to prove that he is not the person that should be charged in these situations due to identity theft,” because he was in another state at the time of all the incidents. When asked what exactly he wanted from law enforcement he reportedly kept saying, “I want justice.”

Someone suspected the worst of two 12-year-olds riding bicycles who were allegedly knocking on doors “looking for work” because they were also supposedly looking through the windows of parked cars. Police made contact with the girl and boy whose parents were reportedly aware they were trying to earn extra money by raking leaves or doing yard work while everything was shut down. The children told officers that a man on Lupfer Avenue yelled and cursed at them when they asked.

Someone on Woodland Place allegedly chased off youths from the area because they damaged a site and possibly broke windows. The person claimed it was an ongoing issue.

Flathead County Sheriff’s Office received a report that an ax, bandanna and miscellaneous items were found in the parking lot of a store on Montana 35 in Evergreen.

A man in a van with ladders reportedly caused discord on Harmony Road when he refused to leave and almost hit someone’s sister when he did.

A woman calling from Depot Street in Whitefish reportedly didn’t have an emergency or need deputies to come to her location — she just had questions about the train schedule.

A man allegedly rode a “very loud” motorcycle for hours around the area of Mabel Street in Columbia Falls.

Deputies responded to a “medium-sized” barn fire on Equestrian Lane in Kalispell and everyone was said to be out of an apartment located above it.

Someone supposedly camping along a river below the high water line in Hungry Horse was being harassed by a man claiming he owned the property, telling him he had to leave by morning or he would “call the cops.” The camper was advised that as long as he accessed the spot without trespassing and was below the high water line, he was allowed to be there.

A trailer was reported stolen on U.S. 93 in Kalispell when a service department fence was allegedly cut and poles ripped out to gain access.

A man carrying a mirror and wearing a red jacket and pajama pants was allegedly going into the roadway, pulling his pants down and mooning traffic on U.S. 2 in Kalispell.