Log book — Dec. 30-Jan. 5

Enterprise Staff

Here are a sample of calls made to the Park County Sheriff’s Office and the Livingston Police Department. 


Dec. 30

• 11:04 a.m. — A woman in the 2200 block of West Park Street reported that a man driving a truck had exposed himself. A Livingston Police Department officer  made contact with the male, who said he had several layers of clothing on and was just trying to get them to fit properly. No charges were filed.  

• 2:09 p.m.  —  A woman on Livingston’s north side reported squatters in her mother’s house who refused to leave. An officer arrived and spoke with all parties and advised the individuals that if they didn’t leave, they would be charged with trespassing. They left. 

• 5:21 p.m. — Teens north of Livingston called to complain that someone was being mean to them, and their father said the kids were being defiant and wouldn’t listen to him. 

• 10:26 p.m. — A caller at a Livingston bar and casino reported two men in a loud, verbal fight. The bartender broke them up, and the men left before an officer arrived. 


Dec. 31

• 8:48 a.m.  — A caller reported Swingley Road was drifted shut around Bruffey Lane, but there was still access out Mission Creek. 

• 8:53 a.m. — A Park County Sheriff’s Office deputy reported Old Clyde Park Road was currently passable, but starting to drift on the corners.  

• 10:48 a.m. — A caller reported trespassers on property near Wilsall. A PCSO deputy responded and spoke with the trespassers, who were also found to have snowmobiled out of bounds nearby. Forest Service law enforcement were informed.

• 3:59 p.m. — A caller reported a green Ford Explorer abandoned about a mile up Cokedale Road. A deputy could not locate the owner, and a tow truck was dispatched to remove the vehicle. 

• 7:23 p.m. — A caller reported they believed an intoxicated individual had just left a Livingston bar and casino in a vehicle. Officers responded, but were unable to locate the vehicle. 


Jan. 1

• 12:30 a.m. — A PCSO deputy on foot patrol around Chico Hot Springs Resort noticed a strong smell of burning marijuana coming from a room. The deputy made contact with the individual, who had just emerged from a restroom. The individual was given a verbal warning and Chico staff were told of the situation.  

• 1:07 a.m. —  An apparently intoxicated, disoriented man appeared at the door of a Livingston residence. An officer responded and called for an ambulance. The man was  transported to Livingston HealthCare. 

• 1:18 a.m. — A caller in the vicinity of South Ninth Street and River Drive reported four or five people were outside  throwing ice chunks at other people. An officer was unable to locate them.  

• 5:09 p.m. A caller in the Billman Lane area reported two dogs at large, roaming on the road. A PCSO deputy was unable to locate the dogs, but a pizza delivery driver succeeded in picking up the dogs and taking them to Stafford Animal Shelter. 

• 11:10 p.m. — A PCSO deputy checked on two vehicles in Clyde Park that were driving with their flashers on. One of the cars was having mechanical trouble, but all was fine. 


Jan. 2 

• 7 a.m. — A caller reported two vehicles at Casey’s Exxon with blown-out tires. It was believed something in the road or the railroad crossing had caused the damage. A deputy responded and discovered a large bar with bolts sticking out of it, which proved to be from a Montana Department of Transportation snow plow. 

• 1:20 p.m. — A Livingston-area caller reported a neighbor’s small dog left out in the cold. A deputy did not see a dog in the yard, but did see a dog house. 

• 5:23 p.m. — A Livingston resident requested a no-trespass order for a male she said had been breaking into her house. She said she had helped the man in the past when he was released from jail, but now he was bothering her.  

• 5:33  p.m. — A man was reported trespassing on the railroad tracks at North Fifth Street and West Park. A caller said the man seemed to be attempting to clean out the tracks with a stick, and was nearly struck by a vehicle. Officers responded to the scene but were unable to locate the man. 

• 9:57 p.m. — A caller reported a suspicious vehicle at the Murdoch’s construction site. An officer responded and found two men in an out-of-county vehicle having car problems. 


Jan. 3

• 10:22 a.m. — A woman on West Lewis Street reported she keeps receiving bills for magazines she hasn’t ordered. She called the magazines and was told it was a scam. She called the police to make them aware of the scam. 

• 3 p.m. — A Livingston resident called to report they believed drugs were being dealt at a nearby residence. The information was turned over to the Missouri River Drug Task Force.

• 10:26 p.m. — A man reported his wallet was stolen, and it was found in the bathroom of a woman’s residence with his credit cards missing. The case is under investigation. 


Jan. 4

• 9:01 a.m. — A Livingston caller reported a dog keeps jumping in and out of her yard and also running around loose on Star Road. Officers were unable to locate the dog.  

•11:41 a.m. — Dispatch reported an accidental 911 call from the area around the Murdoch’s construction site. The dispatcher could hear talking and machinery in the background, but there was no emergency. The call was believed to be a “pocket dial.” 

• 1:31 p.m. — A caller in Emigrant reported his mail had been stolen multiple times by a person known to him. PCSO deputies are investigating, and the post office was contacted.  


Jan. 5

• 2:10 a.m. — An officer had contact with two males on East Park Street who said they were waiting for a ride. 

• 8:20 a.m. — A Livingston caller reported a vehicle owner who parks in front of his driveway, making it difficult to get in and out. An officer responded and found a car parked nearby that was not blocking the driveway or mailbox, but the owner of the vehicle was issued a citation for parking more than 18 inches from the curb.