The Blotter: A person was told to return shopping carts or he would be charged for theft
Police were trying to track down a runaway juvenile who last had been at the Red Lion Inn in Kalispell. A woman claimed a large amount of money was gone from her bank account. A man came to the police department to pick up a motorcycle that had been stolen and recovered.
Truck swerving through both lanes on Highway 2. A woman claimed she was being cyber stalked.
A man was walking back and forth and talking fast on the street. A person was told to return shopping carts or he would be charged for theft. A girl ran away from a residence because her stepmother was hitting her. Report of three grizzlies on Crescent Drive. Someone heard shots and arguing, though it may have been people scaring away a bear in the area.
Report of a raccoon hit by a car. Big argument about dogs. A man with dementia was causing problems at a home. Loud music at Glacier Lanes. Pokemon cards reported missing from car. Horses out on Highway 2.
Black bear sow and cubs wandering around town. Ruder Elementary was holding a husky puppy that wandered on the grounds. A party complained his neighbor was watching him with a security camera. Road rage on Highway 2.
Another reckless driver on Highway 2. Someone tried to pry open doors of business. Pawn shop turned in guns that were reported stolen — one was sold by the owner. An argument ensued between two parents over children on Nucleus Avenue. Highway Patrol stopped a rig going more than 100 in a 65 mph zone. After a traffic stop, two teens cited for minor in possession of alcohol.