Law roundup: Deputies can’t help with mortgage

Law roundup: Deputies can’t help with mortgage
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A Bigfork resident called the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, asking them to call his mortgage company to let them know he’s going to be late one day. It was advised that this was not something MPs could help with.

A man from Kalispell allegedly hit the windows of a snowplow truck and knocked on the driver because the truck whistled when reversing. The man wanted the plow to stop “shoveling the school on Sunday morning” and was of the opinion that there was no need to plow because there was no school. Although the driver said he was hired to remove the snow, the hostile man remained upset and wanted law enforcement to stop plowing anyway.

A very drunk was allegedly trying to “start things up” at the Bigfork establishment where “buttons were pressed”, possibly a fight taking place.

One said a thief “taken away some of the strangest things,” including a set of tools, after breaking into a workshop in Kalispell.

A man outside a company in Kalispell was yelling, yelling, and throwing bags.

A man in Kalispell allegedly annoyed his neighbors who called law enforcement about his security cameras and wanted their deputies to know the following – he wouldn’t answer the phone or law enforcement’s door and deputies must have a search warrant if they wanted to look at his phone. security cameras.

The Hungry Horse’s fence was reportedly damaged when someone pulled out a support rod and attempted to break into the gate.

A man was concerned that a woman who smelled alcohol might be driving her breath. She was also inspiring her words and swaying.

A man from Kalispell complained that his neighbor was “deliberately blowing snow in his yard”. The neighbor was also allegedly “making hand gestures and staring”.

A customer charged an account that was not allowed in Kalispell, it was reported.


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