The blotter: He didn’t crash his bike, he was just resting

| May 6, 2020 7:47 AM

Tuesday, April 28

A caller said the man following her closely on Nucleus Avenue pulled a gun on her and threatened her for her driving.

A Columbia Falls caller watched a teenager whip his dog with a leash along Beth Road.

A child was being mean to other children in a Columbia Falls home.

The caller could hear loud music and smell marijuana coming from a parked car on Martha Road.

Wednesday, April 29

A Columbia Falls caller spotted a man with face tattoos and a warrant out for his arrest.

A pit bull mix was found in a Third Street yard.

Someone kept pointing a laser at people walking along the bike path.

Thursday, April 30

A caller had identified a suspect in the theft of a tool from a downtown business.

A Diane Road resident smelled marijuana in a nearby apartment.

An elderly resident of a nursing home was trying to leave by wheelchair.

Friday, May 1

A Columbia Falls caller believed they were being blackmailed by someone on the Internet.

Someone’s son was being threatened via Instagram and Xbox Live.

Saturday, May 2

The caller’s boyfriend stole her new tires to put on his vehicle.

A man was laying on the sidewalk on Ninth Street next to his tipped over bike. Further investigation revealed he was “just resting.”

Someone dropped off a dead, headless rabbit on the caller’s back porch – not the first time this had happened.

Sunday, May 3

People inside a closed Nucleus Avenue business were blasting music, and the caller suspected drug use.

A Columbia Falls man could hear a family argument happening inside a trailer

A woman was screaming at children on 13th Street.

A Columbia Falls woman was “being silly and dancing around” and her phone called the police.