Kalispell Police Department received a report from a front desk clerk who alleged a highly intoxicated man was crawling around on the third floor and they weren’t certain he was a guest. When they determined he was, he was given his “last and final warning.”
In a different call, guests were reportedly running around the halls, arguing in the lobby and refusing to leave. Someone thought the argument was because the man thought the woman, who was described as “very twitchy,” was cheating on him. The man then tried to pull her into a room as she struggled. The man then called the front desk and talked nonsense. He also said, “Don’t think I’m crazy. Have a good night.” The duo planned to simmer down in their room.
The man and woman, however, started acting up again later. The woman was reportedly rolling around the hallway and wouldn’t go into the room. The person believed the duo were on drugs and wanted them removed from the property never to return.
A woman was allegedly being assaulted in the face several times when she tried to block another woman from assaulting her friend once a second time at a festival.
A grocery store manager had a customer tell them he was assaulted by a man wearing a black hoodie, black hat, saggy jeans and skater shoes. Officers located a man matching the description.
Someone reportedly saw a man wearing a camo jacket hit and then hug a woman in front of a church.
A verbal disturbance was reported between two men where a woman thought she heard one of them talking about the other beating a woman up.
A school bus was allegedly tailgating a man’s vehicle, went around him and then came back into the same lane almost clipped him before turning into a bus lot south of Twin Acres.
A man wearing a backpack with a fishing pole sticking out was seen walking in circles, looking into vehicles and “hovering” by a building next to a car. Officers moved him along.
A woman in an alley seemed in distress when she was allegedly honking her horn and yelling. The woman told police she would go home and go to bed.
A woman allegedly found a “stalking note” on her vehicle at 3 a.m. The complaint was canceled after she learned her family was playing a joke on her.
A man calling the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office from Swan Mountain Drive wanted to know about littering ordinances because construction workers purportedly ignored him when he asked them to pick up trash that blew onto his mother’s property and wanted to “press charges” so they “got the message” he was serious. The trash in question was a piece of material that blew into a tree, which he couldn’t reach. Deputies advised him that “wind blowing a piece of material into a tree does not qualify as littering.” He became upset and ended the conversation.
A Kalispell woman allegedly lost money to a scammer after receiving an email from an address of someone she knew asking her to do a favor by purchasing $300 in Google Play gift cards for them.
A white pickup reportedly kept parking in front of a fire hydrant on Skid Trail in Bigfork despite a woman’s husband speaking to them several times about it.
A gate on Berne Road in Columbia Falls was allegedly left unlocked which someone said was very unusual.
A vehicle was parked crosswise in front of a man’s gate, preventing heavy equipment from getting through. The driver was counseled and moved along.
An older man with a long white beard, who was accompanied by a dog, was allegedly parked very close to tracks and someone wanted him moved along and told not to return.
A woman calling from Rose Crossing came home to find an old, beat-up vehicle abandoned in her driveway that didn’t have license plates. Deputies spoke with the registered owner who claimed he sold the vehicle a couple of months ago but couldn’t remember who the person was buying it. She was given a case number to have it towed.