Log book — Feb. 17-23

Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls made to the Park County Dispatch Center. 
Feb. 17
• 10:27 a.m. — A Livingston resident called to report that her ex-husband had contacted her via text, against a court order. The Livingston Police Department is investigating. 
• 4:17 p.m. —  A caller reported someone had stolen her clothes from a Livingston laundromat. The business and LPD reviewed the surveillance video, and the matter is under investigation.
•  7:12 p.m.  — A caller near Gardiner reported a male had flagged down his car and tried to get in.  A Park County Sheriff’s County deputy located the male, who was acting in a paranoid manner and admitted he was coming down from methamphetamine, according to law enforcement.
Feb. 18 
• 12:38 a.m.  —  An anonymous caller reported a possible drunk driver on East River Road near Pine Creek. Montana Highway Patrol and PCSO responded. The driver was located and arrested on charges of DUI and driving without liability insurance. 
• 7:44 a.m. — A caller on Sunrise Drive reported eggs were thrown at his house. There was no visible damage to the house, and the caller did not need an officer to respond, but just wanted the information on file.  
• 3:16 p.m.  — A deputy responded to the Gardiner School, where a bison was inside a playground. The deputy unlatched the playground gate to allow the bison to leave. 
• 4:34  p.m. — A caller on South Second Street reported someone had entered their vehicle and stolen tools, but called back shortly thereafter to report the tools had actually been placed in a different spot, and hadn’t been stolen after all. 
Feb. 19
• 11:09 a.m. — A downtown Livingston bar requested a no-trespass order be issued to an individual who had been involved in a recent bar fight. 
• 7:05 p.m. — An LPD officer made a routine traffic stop on South Main Street and ended up arresting a male on a charge of DUI. 
Feb. 20
• 1:08 p.m. — A Livingston caller reported items missing from an apparent break-in into a storage unit. LPD is investigating. 
• 2:25 p.m. — A caller on Centennial Drive reported that two people, via social media, had threatened to “mess up” her car while she was at work and wanted to talk to an officer.  
• 4:12 p.m.  — A caller on Old Yellowstone Trail near Emigrant reported trespassers on their property. Deputies responded and two men were cited for trespassing. 
• 11:34 p.m. — An officer came across a couple of people playing Pokémon Go in Sacajawea Park. The officer told the individuals the park closes at 11 p.m., and the individuals left. 
Feb. 21
• 1:11 a.m. — A caller on South Main Street requested extra patrol because of an ongoing issue of noise and traffic and “a lot of people coming and going.” 
• 10:49 a.m. — A woman near Emigrant reported a man stalking her, who turned up wherever she went. Deputies located the man and advised him that his contact with the woman was unwanted and advised him to stop.
Feb. 22
• 8:21 a.m.— A caller on Fleshman Creek Road reported a scam phone call from a caller claiming to be with the IRS. The scammer requested money and information, which the caller refused. 
Feb. 23
• 12:01 a.m. — A deputy doing a bar walk in Gardiner observed someone known to have court release conditions that included staying out of establishments that serve alcohol. The individual was arrested on a charge of criminal contempt. 
• 1:35 p.m. — A caller in the Emigrant area reported a building had been broken into maybe two or three weeks earlier. Nothing appeared to be taken, just rummaged through.