The Blotter: Loose dogs rile neighbor

| May 13, 2020 7:36 AM

Monday, May 4

A woman wanted a little extra patrol in her area after an older man drove by and took a picture of her.

A man paid for gas in quarters, which were thrown at the caller.

The caller claimed a vehicle had followed her into town all the way from Happy Valley.

Tuesday, May 5

The caller put their iPhone in their vehicle’s cup holder and somehow called police.

A Cedar Pointe Loop caller was frustrated with their neighbor letting their dogs run loose.

The crossing arms for the railroad crossing on Fourth Avenue were stuck in the down position.

About 10 people were drunk and hanging out behind a Ninth Street business.

A garbage truck driver was being repeatedly threatened, including with a crossbow, by a Badrock Drive resident.

Wednesday, May 6

The caller was being chased by her current, or potentially former, boyfriend after they got into an argument.

The caller observed trains that kept turning on and off near Diane Road.

Thursday, May 7

A Clayton Lane caller was frustrated with their neighbors love for loud music and a “thumping” bass.

Two boxer dogs were on the run near Columbia Drive.

The caller watched a woman hit a street sign with her car and drive off.

A Mitchell Way caller thought their neighbor was trying to get “even” by making threats and playing loud music.

Friday, May 8

A group kept standing outside the caller’s house in an attempt to harass his son.

The caller gave out her social security number to someone pretending to be with a federal office before realizing her mistake.

A boxer terrier was on the loose on 10th Street.

The caller suspected a group of people trying to sell something from their vehicle to be dealing drugs.

Saturday, May 9

A child grabbed the caller’s phone for an accidental emergency call.

Sunday, May 10

A Columbia Falls caller claimed their ex kicked in their door, though the ex was in jail when this happened.

A fight broke out with at least 10 people involved on Sixth Avenue.