Police Calls: Machete-toting man bums a smoke
The police calls section is presented for entertainment purposes and does not reflect the nature or the volume of the calls received by local law enforcement.
An Apple watch was causing issues and was blamed for the accidental call to 911.
A motorist who has lived here for a year was advised to get a Montana driver's license and Montana plates and was also warned for speeding.
An employee at a business on Baker Avenue is suspected of stealing money over the last six months.
There were no injuries and no road blockages when a Ford truck and a Dodge Dakota collided on Bitterroot Court.
A male in a store on Central Avenue was making the employee and the customer uncomfortable.
A black and brown German Shepherd mix was found on Armory Road, brought to the police station and returned to his owner.
A male was considered suspicious at a location on Montana 40 because, in part, he stared at the mountains for about 15 minutes.
The caller reported that two pickup trucks on Monegan Road seemed to be drag racing. Both vehicles nearly hit the caller.
Someone wanted to use the breathalyzer machine.
It seemed suspicious when a neighbor saw a flashlight going through a house on Waverly Place.
A person on Second Street keeps getting letters pushed under her door from a subject rambling about some strange things.
When the vacant men’s bathroom door was found propped open with rocks, the rocks were moved and the door was secured.
A man with a machete on his hip approached the caller and asked for a cigarette. The caller said the man didn’t threaten anyone with the machete, but it was just weird. The machete-carrying man then asked the caller if he creeped them out.
Fences and toilets had been knocked over and someone had been throwing cones into the foundation in a case of criminal mischief at a location on Baker Avenue.
People in a Volvo with Washington plates on Spokane Avenue were seen throwing trash out the window.
A young, white male driver of a black motorcycle was seen driving into oncoming traffic, driving on the shoulder of Highway 93, going too fast and flipping people off.
Two males wearing KKK masks in a white Tacoma on Third Street were yelling at people.
There was a drunk male in the lobby on Depot Street refusing to pay his $50 bill for his taxi ride.
The owner of the lost fanny pack with cash in it was able to positively describe all the items in the bag and was able to retrieve them.
A male with a shaggy brown beard was dancing and talking to himself in the parking lot on Central Avenue, making staff at an establishment there nervous.
A black and white Australian Shepherd was stuck in the pickleball courts on Fourth Street. A kind citizen said he would keep the dog overnight and call the vet in the morning.
A blue Ford truck hit a traffic pole on Spokane Avenue and lost its emblem at the location. The traffic pole was still standing and all the lights were working.
A bear-resistant trash can was seen overflowing, with its lid open. Later, a bear knocked it over.
The driver of a very loud blue Subaru has been driving 45-50 mph on Armory Road regularly and nearly hit a child in the crosswalk.
Someone hit a tree at the intersection of Flathead and Junes Way.
An older Subaru sideswiped a Toyota Prius, left and then returned to the scene on Spokane Avenue.
Someone hit a truck that was parked at a business on Highway 93 while the driver was inside.
A black SUV and a white SUV collided. There were no injuries.