Summary of the law: a running man wants to undress
Flathead County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a man walking through a compound and removing most of his clothes in Kalispell.
Someone in Polebridge claimed he was suffering from chest pain and eye pain after being struck by “snowblower debris”. They believed the incident was intentional.
A woman from Kila became suspicious after various people continued to enter her property looking for an address that did not exist. She said she drove someone into town but wanted to talk to a deputy about what to do if this continued.
A brother claimed his sister was being yelled at by her boyfriend’s father in a location in Kalispell.
MPs received a report that a horse, allegedly covered in snowballs and digging into the ground at a location in Columbia Falls, appeared neglected.
Someone wanted MPs to know about cattle in Kalispell that appear to be underweight and have not been branded.
Someone with an angry temper would have wanted to ask about the neighbors leaving a dog outside, however, they became belligerent towards dispatchers when asked to provide more information and hung up.
Someone in Kalispell called the MPs because they had to ‘put down a horse’.
A passer-by reportedly saw a man stagger and fall into a snowbank.
A worried neighbor to Bigfork asked MPs to check on a residence in the area because the garage door was open and they were unsure if the owners were still home after being out of town for a few weeks.
Kalispell Police Department responded to a report that someone had been assaulted. The parties were separate.
Someone was worried about a homeless man who appeared to be intoxicated.
An employer reportedly requested a welfare check from a woman he could not reach by phone when she failed to show up for work. They were also unable to reach their relatives. Although officers were unable to make contact, they found new traces of a vehicle from a garage.