The Blotter: Car nearly hits motorcyclist
A man reported being assaulted by a baseball bat, was pressing charges against the suspect and refused medical help. Report of a camper with Idaho plates living on someone’s property without permission.
Report of an assault, alleged assailant hit the reporting party in the face over false rumors, the attacker fled when he saw the police. A business on Nucleus Avenue was playing music too loud — an ongoing issue.
Report of a Toyota Camry crossing double lines and nearly hitting a passing motorcyclist. Report of a person living in a camper at Hansons Hardware, blocking customers using back pumps at Mike’s Conoco; reporting party wants to file a claim for trespassing. Report of neighbors leaving 4x4 wheel marks on church property on Talbott Road. Several kids on Wildcat Drive reported to be walking around with a loud speaker playing obscene music in bright orange coats.
Report of an employee buying personal items on a business’ credit card, claiming it was stolen. A driver was found asleep in a parked vehicle with empty beer cans visibly spread throughout the car, driver’s keys were confiscated by police and was told to sober up before retrieving them.
Report of a stolen white Hyundai Accent’s license plate. A party called to report juveniles setting off fireworks on 6th Street, feared they might scare her dog.
A mother called police when an older man threatened to smack her son at a supermarket in Columbia Falls, she believed the man was from Coram. Report of a DUI on 7th Street, the officer on site reported that the three people in the car were driving under the influence of alcohol and possibly meth. A party called to report she thought the neighbors were shooting her cat with paintballs.