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February 01, 2020


10:23 a.m. Two Kalispell children were playing with a phone and accidentally called 911. When the 911 dispatcher asked if everything was OK, the children said yes. When the 911 dispatcher asked if they could speak to an adult, the child holding the phone handed it to the other child who made their voice deeper to try and convince the dispatcher that they were an adult and that everything was OK. The dispatcher was not fooled by this trick and asked again to speak with an adult.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)


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A man driving through Kalispell was trying to rear-end people.

WTFBBQ? Sounds like the two women trying to ram their way into Mar-a-Lago yesterday.

6:31 a.m. A man driving through Kalispell called 911 because he was pretty sure he saw a plane crash. Upon further investigation, no plane had crashed.
Well if it wasn't a plane crash then what did he see?

I hope that poor man finally managed to get his garage door closed. Bears, panthers and wolves are always looking for places to den up.

@- NC -
I don't want to let the cat out of the bag, but, maybe this is where 'they' are testing out the flying cars?

nursecindy--Here in Roswell, New Mexico anytime you see something flaming fall from the sky, it's best if you don't say you saw something flaming fall from the sky.

Lol, funny af

Just another shaggy dog story.

10:39 a.m. A suspicious dog was hanging out around a Kalispell business

2:35 p.m. A Kalispell man had some questions about where and what he could legally shoot.

4:33 p.m. A shaggy dog was running down Montana Highway 40.

5:23 p.m. A Kalispell man said his ex-girlfriend stole his phone.

9:50 p.m. A Columbia Falls man thought he heard an explosion.

25:13 noon Salvador Dali wandered into the main police station in a confused manner. When questioned, he said “Rhinoceros”.

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