Parking lot party rattles wife
People were purportedly partying all night in a parking lot on U.S. 2 in Kalispell. The person calling in the report to Flathead County Sheriff’s Office said a camper with blacked-out windows and a tent had allegedly been in the area for more than two weeks. The caller also noted they were headed to work and his wife was nervous.
Someone on River Place in Kalispell was concerned that children allegedly got the remote to a dog’s shock collar and were “shocking the dog for fun” because the dog was reportedly outside not doing anything wrong, but was “screeching and screaming.”
Someone driving in from Billings allegedly wanted to pitch a tent and start a small fire for the night and had questions about dispersed camping laws because they had no place to stay and were unable to get into the homeless shelter.
A man on McDermott Lane in Kalispell allegedly received a tip that a tubular racing chassis he reported stolen 20 years ago in North Dakota was in the back of a box truck at a location he had access to. He was advised that while the statute of limitations to pursue charges have expired, it may be possible to recover property.
A First Avenue resident in Hungry Horse alleged a man was stealing electricity from her by wiring a camper to her building and believed the setup might cause a fire. She was advised to seek assistance form an electrician, which she claimed she already had.
Someone’s ex reportedly ripped all the wiring out of a washing machine on U.S. 2 in Kalispell.
Two girls allegedly threw glass bottles into an intersection, breaking them, and then took off, according to someone calling from Second Avenue in Columbia Falls who picked up a piece of glass.
A trio of teens supposedly tried breaking into someone’s vehicle and ran off, but did not get away with anything.