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March 09, 2013

ATTENTION ALL FLATHEAD COUNTY UNITS

10:20 p.m. An employee of an Evergreen store reported that an intoxicated man wearing sunglasses was bleeding from his hand and feeling lightheaded. His female companion, also intoxicated, was in the store riding around in a cart. She could be easily recognized by her Kermit the Frog hat.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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...and her Miss Piggy face.

The Evergreen store? What, Wal-Mart was closed?

"A deputy advised him to take care of his warrants." I thought that taking care of warrants was the deputy's job.

I know that I, for one, would not have recognized a naked woman in a cart in Walmart if she hadn't been wearing that hat!

I always get light headed when bleed.

5 p.m. Someone called 911 to report that a traffic sign was lying in the middle of one of the roundabouts. An officer shoved it off to the side of the road.
I really hope it wasn't a stop sign.

"A bartender in Hungry Horse reported that a man was outside lying in the snow, unable to get up. A deputy helped him get up and walk to his nearby home."
Randy?

"6 p.m. A bartender in Hungry Horse reported that a man was outside lying in the snow, unable to get up. A deputy helped him get up and walk to his nearby home...."
Where he no doubt professed his undying love for his toilet....

My wife often used electric carts in stores while she was recovering from medical issues. Forget a hat; she was easily recognizable by bumping into counters, backing up without looking, and more than once nearly knocking over large stacks of canned goods. She was the urban Hell on Wheels.

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