A Kalispell lady whined to the Flathead District Sheriff’s Office about her neighbor offensively unloading five boxes loaded up with grass decorations, leaves and other trash onto her yard venturing to say, “It’s brutal to dump like that onto another person’s property.”
A similar complaint was made by a Columbia Falls caller, except that the caller claimed that their landscaper neighbor was dumping trash onto their property from all of his job sites.
A Columbia Falls lady was worried about an occurrence at her parent’s home where a raccoon that purportedly killed their home feline had rabies.
When she discovered that the windshield was cracked, a caller from Somers assumed that someone had thrown some rocks at her vehicle. She told the deputies that she mostly wanted to know if this was happening to anyone else.
Delegates got a call from a Columbia Falls inhabitant who claimed a neighbor killed her feline with poison.
In Kalispell, a passerby said that a burn pile was turning into a 100-foot-wide grass fire. The fire was put out.
A man calling from Kalispell needed to go fishing, however a feline was concealing in the boat and nobody could inspire it to emerge. They were exhorted it would be some time before creature control had telephone administration to call. The cat eventually continued its merry way.
According to reports, a condo owner from out of state called the Whitefish Police Department in the belief that a decorator was renting their unit without permission. They informed the officers that a management company informed them that their condominium had not been rented. In any case, there was video film of five individuals in the townhouse and during a visit, it seemed as though one bed had been snoozed and different things were not in their legitimate spot.
A woman in a house across the street allegedly screamed, “You’re going to go to jail,” according to reports. She told officials it was a verbal contention.
Somebody called the police after supposedly seeing golf trucks driving on the walkway of U.S. 93 and needed the “no engine vehicles” sign to be authorized.
A lady supposedly thought she left her pink wallet on top of her vehicle and drove off in the wake of getting gas. She told the police that an employee had informed her that a pink wallet had been turned in, but that the owner had already received it. After speaking with the employee who returned the wallet, an officer discovered that it did not match the description of the pink passport-style wallet the woman was carrying.
Source – Dailyinterlake