The driver of a late model white pickup was reportedly driving to the top of a hill and dropping off skateboarders who then gleefully raced down the road. A caller had an issue with it and reported the incident to Flathead County Sheriff’s Office.
Someone reported a goat outside a fence. An officer spoke to the goat owner and about the critter’s ability to get out of the fenced-in yard.
A dog owner was cited for not keeping her animal under control after it threatened a jogger.
A fuel spill of about five to 10 gallons at the airport was handled by those at the scene.
Someone reported an unattended slash pile fire, but it turned out it was being watched.
A fire in a small shed spread to an adjacent home and both suffered some damage. The Red Cross was called to help.
A pickup truck driver lost his load off the back of the vehicle on Rose Crossing. He had assistance in reloading.
A man called the Kalispell Police Department and reported a lady accidentally backed into his car, but the damage was minimal and he didn’t want to pursue it.
A caller said he had video of someone jumping his last night.
Someone found a parking ticket on the sidewalk and turned it into the department.
A store employee said a man in the bathroom with his possessions scattered about appeared to be homeless. He wanted him removed and moved along.
A caller said the men’s restroom was intentionally flooded when someone plugged the urinal and the drain. He also said his tires were slashed, too.
Someone bought a new watch and accidentally dialed 911.
A man wearing a bright, yellow coat was following a woman and yelling at her. The woman had a medium-sized black dog and he yelled, “If you need help, I’m here” and she replied, “Yes!”
Someone called and said he was getting his bike back and he didn’t care what we did.
A caller said he had problem setting the alarm, but he wanted them to know in case an alarm call came in.
A man and a woman were arguing and there was banging against the floor and walls. When an officer checked, both parties said it was verbal only. She said she was having some issues and the man was leaving.
A caller was running with her dog in Columbia Falls when an aggressive canine jumped and terrorized them. Fortunately, no one got bit.
A couple called Columbia Falls Police Department because they were concerned about a young cat that hissed at them when they left the house.