Neighbor: mail allegedly stolen since 2016

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Kalispell Police Department received a call from a woman whose neighbor allegedly had been stealing her mail since 2016 when she moved; the caller has been missing property ever since. According to the woman, the nosy neighbor is also a purported stalker and harasser.

A woman alleged that a man called her up and made threats that stemmed from a dispute about work he did for her. Police determined no threats were made and told both parties to leave each other alone.

Someone allegedly saw three men wearing blue bandannas in a vehicle where the front-seat passenger had a pistol and the driver was “sticking himself with a needle.”

Police received several calls identifying a bald, pierced, tattooed man who reportedly stole computer items that was posted on social media.

Someone went up to a vehicle that was stopped in the middle of the road and found the driver passed out behind the wheel; there was a child in the back seat. When the woman came to, she allegedly “took off,” speeding onto the bypass.

Someone on U.S. 2 West thought a truck that appeared to be “barely held together” and full of garbage and junk posed a public safety concern on the road.

Women sitting in a parked vehicle on Hutton Ranch Road were spotted passing around a bong or pipe.

Flathead County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call on Whalebone Drive in Kalispell where a man reportedly refused to stop following an erratic driver. The belligerent man purportedly refused to identify his own vehicle, swore at and hung up on dispatchers.

A woman on Third Avenue in Kalispell was allegedly yelling and swearing so much that dispatchers couldn’t understand what she was saying. The woman may have yelled something about getting beaten up and sending deputies over right away. Turns out, the incident was a verbal dispute only between a husband and wife over property.

A man on Riverside Road in Kalispell requested extra patrol after seeing a person on his property allegedly try to siphon gas out of his vehicle and then drive away.

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