Law Roundup

The Daily Inter Lake's Law Roundup provides daily updates on crime and public disturbance news happening around town. Browse the latest stories below.

Updated 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Surly looks ward off confrontation

A man reportedly was upset about a neighbor racing around on a loud off-road vehicle that was “bigger than a quad” and told Kalispell Police Department he did not want to confront him because he “looks a little s...

Updated 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Cold shoulder given in heater hoopla

Someone was given the cold shoulder on Shady Lane when they allegedly told Flathead County Sheriff’s Office about a heater wand belonging to one tenant’s unit, was plugged into another tenant’s unit for the last ...

Updated 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Want some fries with that harassment?

Kalispell Police Department received a call from someone who reportedly said a vehicle behind them in a drive-thru was allegedly flashing their light bar and then pulled up to them, shining the light in their win...

Updated 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Caller warns police about mean manager

Someone called Kalispell Police to “warn them” about a gas station manager who purportedly “tries to cheat people and is very mean to people.”

Updated 3 weeks ago
Four horses of the apocalypse?

Four horses showed up in a woman’s yard, and one of them was apparently wearing a blanket. She told the Flathead Country Sheriff’s Office she didn’t know who they belonged to.

Updated 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Man seeks clarity on rooftop

Kalispell Police Department responded to a report of a man on a roof near an apartment building on Third Avenue West when someone called out of concern for his safety, when the man supposedly slipped and almost f...

Updated 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Racoons move into ‘weird’ part of town

A city sewer employee allegedly saw a “strange package in a weird area” he thought Kalispell Police Department might want to look at. It possibly turned out to be a “makeshift raccoon house.”

Updated 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Security sniffs out perfume thief

Mall security allegedly told Kalispell Police Department that person wearing a scarf on their head and cowboy boots stole perfume and clothing from a store. Kalispell Police Department gave them a citation for tr...

Updated 1 month ago
Woman looking for privacy before prayer

Kalispell Police Department received of a report about a woman hiding behind an apartment electrical box who purportedly looked like she was up to no good. A busybody supposedly shined a flashlight on the box and...

Updated 1 month ago
Dogs vs. ducks ends in broken wing

A woman called the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office because she said two dogs attacked her pet ducks and she suspected one of the ducks had a broken wing.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Ominous footprints a cause for concern

Someone on Montana 40 near Columbia Falls allegedly saw barefoot human footprints and the message “send help” in snow. Flathead County Sheriff’s Office also observed bare footprints in the snow that appeared isol...

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Luck may be a lady, but not this one

A luckless blonde woman allegedly took her fury out a casino where she was seen hitting machines, screaming and throwing things according to a report called in to Kalispell Police Department.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Driver gets a little too comfortable

The Kalispell Police Department got a report of a man apparently sitting naked in a car in some fields north of Kalispell and opening the car door when cars drove by. His car was towed.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
This little piggy got run over

A driver apparently ran over a woman’s “left big toe.” The driver told the Kalispell Police Department she stopped for someone crossing in front of her and the sun was in her eyes so she didn’t see the woman whos...

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Woman can’t drink the Kool-Aid

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 ha...