Wife calls cops about partying husband

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According to the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, a woman came home from work to find her husband and his friend partying. She said they were drunk and being loud and she wanted to know what she could do to make him stop. Dispatch told her that since they weren’t breaking the law, there was nothing law enforcement could do. She decided to stay the night at a hotel.

A vehicle went through a snowbank and hit a resident’s rock wall.

A lab was seen running up and down U.S. 2.

Someone wanted to know what law enforcement considered harassment.

The landlord of an evicted tenant said the tenant refused to leave. The landlord was going to change the locks.

A man who received a note about his goat getting off his property said he had never witnessed the goat getting off the property.

A neighbor was worried about the health of a nearby pig.

A neighbor was worried about three dogs chained up together and a cat with an infection on its paw.

A boy was reportedly assaulted at school and needed to be taken to the hospital for his injuries.

A man walking his dog said he had to pick up his dog and run when they came in contact with a pack of eight dogs that were all off leash.

A woman said a man was bragging on social media about how he stabbed someone and got away with it.

Snowmobilers reportedly got trapped in a drainage that was too steep to climb out of.

According to the Columbia Falls Police Department, a bag of prescription drugs was in the lost and found at a casino for months. The caller asked law enforcement to come pick it up.

A customer who had a couple of drinks left the establishment after his credit card was declined. The business representative said they were going to try to handle the situation without police involvement.

A neighbor was concerned about dogs who were barking for days straight.

A caller claimed their mailbox was damaged by a city vehicle.

Someone reported a group of girls fist fighting. The caller said her husband yelled at them and they stopped fighting.

A resident reported living next to a “creeper” house. She said there was a “gacked out” female sitting in a car in front of the house in the morning and it made her feel uncomfortable.

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