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October 06, 2012


11:21 p.m. A woman on Cynthia Drive reported that her intoxicated neighbors who were drinking and driving. She then said that they hadn’t actually driven anywhere, but would probably do so soon.

1:50 a.m. The intoxicated residents on Cynthia Drive managed to stay out of their vehicles.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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A Kalispell man reported that he found a "box of drugs" belonging to his ex-wife.
Oh, there's not much animosity at work there.

The intoxicated residents on Cynthia Drive is, in fact, the name of the homeowners' association.

Exactly, Omni. I haven't heard of any non-intoxicated residents of the whole county.

We need to send the citizens of Flathead County to Washington.

The report which puzzles me a bit: "9:22 a.m. A Bigfork resident thought a truck with a broken back window and out-of-state plates looked suspicious. He said the driver parked his truck on Grand Drive and got out, although he couldn’t imagine where the driver could have gone as very few businesses were open at that hour."

No businesses open @ 9:22 a.m.? My guess is that they party so late at nite, they don't unroll the sidewalks until noon ...

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