Law Rally: Boyfriend Arrested For Using Dating App
A man called the Columbia Falls Police Department seek advice after his future ex-girlfriend found out he was using a dating site. She reportedly left the man a note to let him know that she knew he was “buying parts” for the site.
A tyrant was not as threatening as he might have hoped when he chalked threats on the sidewalk in front of a house. Apparently the chalk art gave instructions such as “fight me”.
A dispute with a contractor set off the alarm bells in an office. The contractor responsible for installing the alarm reportedly returned after hours and removed it, leaving a note that it had not been paid.
Some temporary residents have been reported to have stayed in someone’s garage. Apparently a third party was concerned that the owner might be exploited by visitors, but told police they had “no complaints.”
A 70-year-old mother drove from Washington to Columbia Falls to pick up her daughter’s dog. However, her daughter refused to give her the dog, so the mother knocked on her daughter’s door until the police advised her to leave.
Two restraining orders were filed against a woman, and she said she did not understand why she had received “another” just a week after the first.
A failed spotter told police they could smell the smoke, but said they were “unable to locate anything.”
A man wearing white boxers stretched out in a person’s driveway on Sixth Street. The owner said the reclining man appeared to be talking to himself. He also said he had seen the man before, but did not feel comfortable stepping outside to face the scantily clad visitor.