Blotter: Threatening text messages

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March 5

Report of a possible sexual assault that happened last May. A store reported they may have taken a fake $50 bill. Suicide threats as woman locked herself in the bathroom — turned out to be verbal only.

March 6

Report of stolen pallets at a business. Police received several calls about two subjects that were wanted on felony warrants and were now in Richland, Washington. A woman’s “man” left her and her grandmother and her child with no ride at the Wal-Mart in Kalispell. Fistfight on Nucleus.

March 7

A call came in about a man who had two knives who may be a danger to others.

Pot was found at a local restaurant. A male parked in front of a house claimed he was a private investigator, but the party who found him didn’t believe his story and called the cops.

March 8

A person stopped at the police station to say their special needs daughter had ran away from her. The child was found. Report of some unauthorized people trying to get into a storage unit.

March 9

A person at a store thought they got a fake $50 bill. A person wanted to turn in some security footage of a break-in on Nucleus Avenue. Report of a drunk driver heading down Highway 2, swerving all over the place. A guy was jumping into the road in front of cars on 6th Avenue, may have been on drugs.

March 10

A dispute over a tool ended with a call to the cops. Fender-bender on Second Avenue. Out of control 10 year old wanted to run away. Domestic disturbance ended with parties sleeping in separate locations for what was left of the night.

March 11

A student at the high school reported getting threatening text messages. A truck with a wood rack was swerving on Nucleus Avenue. Kids were in a fight in the parking lot of a grocery store and the two moms were arguing at the same time.

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