These items from the police blotter as reported in the July 24 edition of the Flathead Beacon:
Tuesday, July 16
- A Kalispell man requested that a stray 7-year-old boy be removed from his yard. He also complained that his garage was covered in paint ball splatter.
- A Kintla Way resident came home to find his front door open and all of his computers unplugged.
- Two teenage girls were seen tossing swings over the top bar of a swing set. A deputy determined that nothing illegal had occurred.
- Someone droving through Hungry Horse called 911 to report that the passengers of a large diesel pick up truck mooned him.
Wednesday, July 17
- A resident of Montclair Drive reported that a man in a bandana and board shorts rang his doorbell then ran hid. He stated that the man then came back and asked over the intercom if he could use the resident's phone.
- Someone reported that a little blond boy was playing pool and dancing at a Columbia Falls bar.
Thursday, July 18
- A suspicious person was spotted running around inside a Kalispell store, specifically around the cash register area. That person turned out to be an employee.
- A Martin City man claimed that his brother stole his gun and he wanted to press charges. He called back later claiming that he found it under one of his blankets.
- A concerned Kalispell man reported that his wife went shopping six hours ago and had yet to return. She returned shortly thereafter.
- An intoxicated woman claimed that her "ignorant" boyfriend took her keys and would not allow her to drive.
- An angry Columbia Falls man claimed that when he attempted to grab a dollar from the ground, it was jerked away by a boy who had attached the dollar to the boy's fishing pole.