Law roundup: Threesome skates with stolen couch


Two men and a woman were reportedly seen transporting a stolen couch via skateboard in Kalispell.

A Kila woman allegedly called her ex, who lived out of state, and told him she was packing up his property and taking him to the dump. The ex called the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office in concern.

A woman came home from work in Columbia Falls and was grabbing groceries in her car when someone came up behind her in the dark and threw her to the ground, screaming.

A Coram resident complained that neighbors were “stepping over his property lines” in Coram, saying they did not respect his property lines.

A Whitefish woman believed someone had broken into her flat and may have had a key because ‘strange and subtle things’ happened in winter, such as objects being moved and fingerprints left on a mirror. She reportedly came to the conclusion that it might be a neighbor because she overheard them talking about her and they “knew things they shouldn’t”.

A man reportedly walked into a closed store and decided to get comfortable when he took off his shoes and started wandering outside. The store owner asked him to leave, but he didn’t want to and went back to the store, so they locked the door and called deputies.

A drunken person allegedly shouted profanity on someone’s porch in Whitefish and tried to kick down the door. The resident said he did not know the person, who was wearing a baseball cap, ripped shirt and jeans.

Someone allegedly tried to steal beer, which was recovered. Fleeing the scene, the failed beer bandit left his mail and keys behind.

A barn cat was reportedly stuck 40ft in a tree for two days in Whitefish.

A woman walking with her husband in Whitefish reportedly came across a man trying to smash through some sort of crusher with a hammer.

A black bear and two cubs were seen wandering around Bigfork. They weren’t bothering anyone or trying to meddle in anything, but someone wanted the deputies to be aware of their presence.

A man allegedly kept entering a code for a women’s restroom at a campsite in Kalispell and walked in and yelled at someone.

Someone took a picture of a vehicle and license plate after seeing the occupants going through letterboxes in Kalispell.

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