Log book — Feb. 24-March 1

Enterprise Staff

Here is a selection of calls made to the Park County 911 Dispatch Center over the previous week. 


Feb. 24

• 10:42 a.m. — The Sweet Grass County Sheriff’s Office reported a possibly stolen vehicle headed toward Park County on Interstate 90. A Park County Sheriff’s Office deputy pulled the vehicle over. The driver was cited for driving on a suspended license. Other charges may be pending and are still under investigation.

• 11:35 a.m. — A Livingston resident on South K Street reported to the Livingston Police Department they sold a pickup truck to an individual who moved out of state with the license plates, and the caller wanted the plates back. 

• 2:03 p.m. — Staff at Livingston HealthCare requested an officer because they believed there was a man in the waiting area who was a threat to a patient they were about to release.

• 4:25 p.m. — A caller northeast of Livingston reported being harassed over the phone by a man who claimed she had cut him off in traffic the previous day, but he described a vehicle unlike her own. His call proved to be a scam. 

• 5:19 p.m. — A caller reported that an individual who was about to pick up his daughter might be intoxicated or on drugs. Officers responded and determined the individual was not impaired, but he was cited for an equipment violation on his vehicle. 

• 6:40 p.m. — An officer reported an open door at Washington School. A school official was contacted who came and secured the door.


Feb. 25

• 3:28 p.m. — A deputy was requested to check a Forest Service campground near Yankee Jim Canyon where someone had found belongs scattered around. The deputy found a red suitcase with some trash inside. The matter was turned over to U.S. Forest Service law enforcement.

• 10:49 p.m. — An officer reported he was assisting Montana Highway Patrol with a traffic stop near the intersection of East Park and North E streets. 

• 11:19 p.m. — An officer made a traffic stop that resulted in the driver being arrested for driving on a suspended driver’s license. 


Feb. 26

1:53 p.m. — A caller on Livingston’s east side reported neighboring dogs barking nonstop all day. The matter was referred to the animal control officer.  

• 6:48 p.m. — A deputy issued a citation to a driver on U.S. Highway 89 South at mile marker 18 for driving without a valid license. 

• 10:33 p.m. — A Livingston caller reported a neighbor’s dog was scratching at his door. The dog has been an issue in the past. The caller reported trying to return the animal, but the owner wasn’t home.


Feb. 27

• 9:10 a.m. — A Livingston resident wanted to speak to an officer about a gun that had been reported found in a donation box at the Community Closet thrift store. He state he had lost two guns, but neither gun matched the description of the one found.  

• 11:28 a.m. — A trespasser was reported on Montana Rail Link property in the vicinity of East Gallatin and North G Streets. Officers responded to the scene, where a man was cited and released on a charge of criminal trespass.  

• 12:09 p.m. — A request for emergency assistance for a Bridger Bowl skier with a broken leg came into the Park County Dispatch Center. Officials relayed the information to Gallatin County. 

• 12:49 p.m. — A possible break-in at Stafford Animal Shelter was reported. A deputy responded, and while the matter remains under investigation, no other information will be released, Park County Sheriff Scott Hamilton said Thursday. 

• 11:44 p.m. — A Livingston caller reported a neighbor running an engine loudly for the past 15 minutes. Officers spoke with the engine owner about excess noise and exhaust, and everything was quiet afterward. 


Feb. 28

 • 1:58 a.m. — During a traffic stop in the 900 block of East Callender Street, an officer arrested the driver, who had outstanding warrants from Montana Highway Patrol. 

• 3:21 a.m. — Officers noticed lights on in a building on South Main Street where the lights are usually not on. The doors were checked, and the building was secure. 

• 8:08 a.m. — A two-vehicle car accident was reported at West Park and Second Streets. Both vehicles were on the sidewalk. Both had to be towed away, but no one was injured.  

• 10:40 a.m. — A black Angus cow was reported at large on the Frontage Road near Exit 330. Deputies contacted the owner, who reported a heifer had squeezed through a fence. The owner retrieved the cow without incident.  

• 1:45 p.m. —  Sleeping Giant Middle School staff reported a student in a classroom throwing desks and chairs and refusing to leave. Staff were initially unable to reach a parent, but the student’s mother was eventually reached, who retrieved her child. 

• 7:25 p.m. — A caller reported a male and female arguing loudly in the lobby of a Livingston motel. Officers responded, found only a verbal argument, not a physical altercation, and the couple was separated for the night. 

• 9:08 p.m. — A caller on Park Street reported two women yelling and screaming at each other. After hanging up with dispatch, the caller soon called back and said the argument had become physical. Officers responded to the scene. The women both said their argument was verbal only, neither wished to press charges, and they were separated for the night. 


March 1

• 1:48 a.m. — A deputy on foot patrol observed lights on at Pine Creek Lodge that he hadn’t seen before. He checked the area, and all was secure. 

• 6:47 a.m. — An officer made a traffic stop at East Park and North M streets and issued a warning for speeding.