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March 05, 2019


6:45 p.m. A Columbia Falls man called 911 to report a drunk driver. Upon further investigation, the drunk driver was his girlfriend.

Guess the county.

(Thanks to Fabian Marson)


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10:26 A.M.--A man was pretty upset that he drove his car into a snow bank.

As Henny Yougman would have advised, "Well, don't drive your car into a snow bank."

And under millennials in action-
9:42 P.M.--A Bigfork man called 911 because his lights were on and he didn't have the strength to get out of bed and turn them off. He wanted to know if there was a deputy nearby that could take care of that for him.

Yep, that's what 911 is there for....

9:16 p.m. Multiple vehicles got stuck in a snowdrift on Wishart Road in Columbia Falls. Officials said they were aware of the threat to public safety that the road posed and that county plow truck drivers would take care of it when they got to work the next day.

And at 11:33 that next morning, someone will call to complain about them.

"A Bigfork man called 911 because his lights were on and he didn’t have the strength to get out of bed and turn them off."

I've had drunken episodes like that in my youth, but then I also didn't have the coordination to dial the phone.

-Ralph- Thankfully with modern technology your butt can do that for you.

@Ralph - Maybe Siri (or Alexa) dialed for him?

9:29 p.m. A television reporter called the cops to see what was going on.

I call fake news. Why would a reporter (with the exception of Dave Barry) go to this county ?

@LeDud--Maybe the television reporter is doing community service?

1:54 p.m. A game warden was called out to shoot a deer that had been injured in a car accident.

5:17 p.m. Another deer was struck by a car.

Maybe it was the same deer.
Not to be a racist, but, really they all look alike.

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