Door dinger refuses to pay for damage

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According to the Kalispell Police Department, a caller said someone dinged her door in a store parking lot. The woman said they exchanged information after it happened, but now the person who caused the ding was refusing to pay for it.

Someone reported finding a bag of belongings in their front yard. When law enforcement called back, the caller said it was a bag of trash.

A man reportedly drove through a fast food drive-through with a gun sitting on his lap.

A suspect on a bike was screaming racial slurs and cursing.

The back window was smashed out of a car.

An elderly man said he thought an employee who was servicing his vehicle may have stolen items out of it.

According to the Flathead County Sheriffís Office, an out-of-state caller said a Lakeside woman was posting videos on Facebook of herself with guns.

A caller said he or she lost a wallet with $260 cash in it at a resort fitness center.

Two or three people were pushing each other around next to a barn. The caller said it looked like one man was taking his clothes off.

A teacher said one of her studentís parents drove by her house and yelled and cursed at her.

According to the Whitefish Police Department, a landlord said the tenant she is evicting was yelling at her in the driveway.

A delivery driver said he went to deliver a package and the door was open. The driver said they knocked but there was no reply.

A caller had questions about driving a snowmobile in the road.

Someone found a green suitcase with clothes and electronics inside behind a store.

A caller reported stolen shoes.

Someone complained about a vehicle with empty beer cans inside of it.

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