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May 17, 2018


10:09 a.m. A man in Wisconsin accidentally called the 911 dispatcher in Kalispell. He was just as confused about how that happened as the dispatcher was.

(Thanks to Le Petomane)


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I see a win-win here. Tell the guy to go shoot on her property.

11 a.m. A Columbia Falls woman said her ex-husband has invited a bunch of people to their shared trailer to do drugs. She wanted a sheriff’s deputy to go over to the trailer and start kicking people out.

3:32 p.m. A Kalispell man had some questions about what he can and cannot shoot on his property.

“A local man hired to make compost “

That’s probably what the lady at Tim Hortons was doing.

Padraig are you playing around on the phone again?
11:46 a.m. A Whitefish resident said he’s worried he’s about to get evicted. He wanted some advice on how to avoid being evicted.
I hope they told him that he could avoid being evicted by paying his rent!

Flathead County terror alert! 2:06 P.M. A Whitefish dog bit someone.

10:13 a.m. A woman momentarily put her purse on top of her car and then drove off. A Columbia Falls officer saw the purse fly off the vehicle and stopped to retrieve it.

I'm surprised this doesn't happen more often.

I read recently that people in Wisconsin drink a lot.

The 911 operator knew where he was from when he said "Wees-kahn'-sin".

I can just about guarantee you that the guy in Wisconsin was a Sheboyganite. Only they can get drunk enough to do this.

I had nothing to do with it! (This time)

I went through a few of these logs - there is more than one account of Apple watches that call 911 on their own.

Are these things turning on their human masters?

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