The Blotter: Where’s the car battery?

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Oct. 30

A man kept contacting his significant other in violation of a restraining order. He wanted to know when he could go to the house and get his guns and see his kids. Stolen bikes found on Fourth Avenue. A woman needed medical attention after her brother allegedly beat her up and she had a seizure and eye problems.

Oct. 31

Scuffle in the lunchroom at the high school. A juvenile apparently stole a car from Columbia Drive, Whitefish Police found it. Car had tires slashed on 10th Street. Unlocked cars were broken into.

Nov. 1

A woman was getting nasty messages about returning a dog. Police were notified about a possibly violent male with an ankle bracelet who was roaming farther than he was supposed to be.

Nov. 2

A truck with no lights was driving down Highway 206 in the dark. A guy said his car was rummaged through and he found a Blackhawk pistol holder under his rig.

Nov. 3

A female at the post office was throwing auto parts in the Dumpster. She explained to police she was dealing with her ex-boyfriend’s “crap.” A man said his ex-girlfriend was at his apartment and refused to leave. He wanted to know what his options were. A female on Facebook was making suicide threats.

Nov.4

Suicide threat on Diane Road. A man returned home to find the battery missing out of his wife’s car. Friends called police because a woman who went to drug treatment left her dog in the house and they were wondering if they could go get it.

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