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Flathead Valley Police Blotter
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Flathead County Sheriff and Kalispell Police Reports
Thursday 2/21/2013

11:25 a.m. Someone reported that two small trucks were racing up and down Jack Pine Drive.

12:25 p.m. A woman on Springcreek Drive reported that her ex-husband resized her wedding ring so he could give it to someone else.

1:17 p.m. A hound dog was at large on Wintercrest Drive. It was captured and hauled off to the shelter.

2:58 p.m. Reportedly, an intoxicated driver and his lady friend, who was clutching a bottle of whiskey, were swerving down Highway 35 in Kalispell in their red Bronco.

5:24 p.m. An elderly Kila woman reported that a man claiming to be a “terrorist” called and threatened her.

7:16 p.m. A man on Whitefish Stage claimed that his ex-girlfriend stole his TV and trashed his stuff.

8:26 p.m. A bartender in Lakeside reported that an intoxicated man refused to leave the bar. When he did leave, according to another caller, he got into a brawl with another man in the highway.

9:09 p.m. A resident on Pickleville Road reported that a drunk ran down his fence and drove off.

9:14 p.m. Someone witnessed a woman drive up onto the sidewalk along Highway 93 South in an effort to hit a pedestrian. The woman then staggered around and cried while the pedestrian, who was not injured, yelled at her.

12:15 a.m. A Hungry Horse man who was not in possession of a valid driver’s license was cited for spinning donuts in his Firebird. Another man stumbling around near the incident claimed to be the “partial owner” of the vehicle but stated that he had nothing to do with the incident. He also claimed that he was not intoxicated, despite his odor and appearance.
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