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According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a caller was hearing a lot of loud stomping and crashing noises from a nearby apartment. Law enforcement made contact with the residents at the apartment and found babysitters with four or five little kids.

A man was seen wandering down the middle of the road.

According to the Kalispell Police Department call logs, a couple were startled when they pulled into a parking lot and a man came over and started beating on the window telling them to get out of his parking spot.

A caller said kids were throwing snowballs and one of them landed on the roof of his vehicle.

A street light was hit by a vehicle and it was sparking.

A man said his friend spotted his stolen vehicle, so he took it back.

A woman said her grandson had a friend stay over at the house and now her wallet was missing.

A woman said she left her wallet in a business bathroom. When she returned the wallet was gone.

A caller said her 91-year-old mother’s computer was locked by ransom ware, and someone was trying to get money from her.

A restaurant manager said a woman was told not come back to a restaurant until she could pay for a previous bill, but the woman came back anyway.

According to the Whitefish Police Department, a caller’s vehicle was hit while parked on the street.

A woman said she had family members in her bedroom that she explicitly told not to be there.

According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a hunter said a man pulled a gun on him and then accused him of “starting it.”

A small cat that was found in the middle of the road was taken to the Flathead County Animal Shelter.

A caller wanted to report “grand theft auto.” He said he’d left a broken-down vehicle on a business’ property and when he went to pick up the vehicle an employee said they had sold it at an auction.

A woman wanted to file elder abuse charges against her son because she said he is lazy, takes her car, doesn’t pay rent and eats her food. Then she decided to cancel her complaint.

A woman said her wallet was stolen while she was warming up her car.

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