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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 1 month ago
Law enforcement doesn’t regulate ‘fowl’ odors

A woman reportedly told Flathead County Sheriff’s Office there was a “very foul odor” coming from chickens that were “not in good condition” on Winchester Street in Kalispell. She claimed there wasn’t an adequate...

Updated 1 month ago
Man surprised to see ‘exile’ in Montana

Someone calling from Polebridge Loop allegedly wanted to “report a contact he had with a convicted arsonist,” to Columbia Falls Police Department. Although no criminal activity occurred, the caller purportedly th...

Updated 1 month ago
Man’s bad day leads to a ‘freak out’

A man in a parked vehicle was purportedly “freaking out,” when he was seen rocking back and forth violently, waving his arms around and then dropping to the floor when he saw an employee come out of a business.

Updated 1 month ago
Woman finds mystery meat in backyard

A woman reportedly told Kalispell Police Department she found two packages of meat in her backyard and thought someone tried to poison her dog after she had taken it to the vet days before when it was found lying...

Updated 1 month ago
Driver has a cow over roadside cattle

Three cows were reported to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office because they were spotted on the edge of a highway, “just standing on the side of the road.”

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Disabled vet finds abandoned kittens

A man discovered a litter of six kittens abandoned under a tree on his property. He said they appeared to be about four weeks old and they wouldn’t drink milk. He explained he was a disabled veteran with no trans...

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Rock, not bullet, breaks windshield

A driver allegedly told Kalispell Police Department thought she was shot at when she heard a “loud bang” and her “window exploded,” so she pulled over. Turns out, it may have just been a rock that broke her winds...

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Animal control does not respond to cat calls

Kalispell Police Department received a report that someone’s tortoise colored cat jumped out of a vehicle and it was OK to give out the owner’s name if the feline was found. The cat owner was advised that “animal...

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Teens build their own set of wheels

Teens became creative in their spare time and reportedly put wheels on a couch to take it for a spin at the Woodland Park skate park. A water park employee allegedly told them not to because it was unsafe and the...

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Pepper spray used on unruly teen

A mother went into the Kalispell Police Department lobby and reported her son was “wigging out.” The teenager was apparently “drunk and disorderly,” and had previously been identified as a “sociopath,” according ...

Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Alleged anti-Semitic comments made at park

A woman told the Kalispell Police Department she was harassed in a park by a man who “was making weird comments about her ‘looking Jewish’ and saying ‘off with your heads.’” The offender, described as a man in hi...

Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Drunk woman not liable for others’ stupidity

An “extremely inebriated” woman on U.S. 2 in Hungry Horse reportedly told Flathead County Sheriff’s Office her van went missing, but she didn’t think it was stolen and possibly her boyfriend took it, however, she...

Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Queen of the hill asserts dominance

A woman in the company of two men was purportedly “screaming profanities on the hill,” and threatening to come down and beat up someone’s boyfriend near Woodland Park.

Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Will hat trick reveal car thief?

The owner of a stolen vehicle that was recovered reportedly found a hat left by the thief. The vehicle owner advised Kalispell Police Department they were planning to have someone take the hat to a man they suspe...

Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Mom is off limits as topic for youth

Kalispell Police Department responded to a “they were talking about my mom situation,” when one boy allegedly pulled out a knife and threatened another boy in the neighborhood. Officers determined a knife was in ...