LOG BOOK — Nov. 18-23

By: 
Enterprise Staff

The following is a selection of calls made to the Park County Sheriff’s Office within the last week. The Livingston Police Department was unavailable to provide information. 

 

Nov. 18

• 10:45 a.m. — Deputies conducted a search warrant on some property and seized some drug paraphernalia. PCSO is investigating but no citations have been issued at this time. 

• 3 p.m. — An Emigrant caller reported he thinks there might be someone in his cabin because of a call he received. As deputies were responding, the caller called back to tell law enforcement there was a cleaning lady at the cabin and no further assistance was needed. 

• 4:15 p.m. — A Gallatin County agency called to report they served a Park County warrant on a man. His original citation was driving while his license was suspended. 

 

Nov. 19

• 2:13 a.m. — A caller reported he and his wife were going to arrive at their Livingston residence in about 10 minutes. They wanted to tell the PCSO about their arrival since they’ve had issues with possible trespassers in the past. 

• 7 p.m. — A Park County detention officer requested deputies’ assistance to help pull an inmate from the jail who had been in a verbal altercation over use of the television. The inmate was allegedly disturbing the peace by using threatening or profane language. Two inmates were cited with misdemeanor charges in the incident. 

 

Nov. 20

• 12:06 p.m. — A Livingston caller reported that children were playing in a construction zone and that the kids did not leave the zone despite a neighbor telling them to. A deputy spoke to the children, and told them about safety and to be aware of trespassing. The kids left and went to a park. 

• 1:20 p.m. — A caller at a campground near Livingston reported they were having problems with their autistic child whose medications do not always work. A deputy arrived at the campground and everything was fine. The information was put on file and the Department of Family Services was notified to conduct a followup. 

 

Nov. 21

• 2:07 p.m. — A property manager near Livingston reported there were people on horseback trespassing on the property he manages. The manager said they told the horseback riders they were trespassing and the riders said they would leave but didn’t. Deputies spoke with the landowner who said he knew the riders. The landowner said they would speak to them and did not need any further assistance.  

• 14:47 p.m. —  A Livingston caller requested extra patrol from the PCSO since they were going out of town.

• 3:21 p.m. — A caller reported they sold a Dodge pickup, forgot to remove the license plates, and now the caller was receiving parking tickets. The caller was asked to fill out a statement so the PCSO can investigate. 

 

Nov. 22

• 11:54 a.m. — A U.S. Forest Service employee requested assistance from the PCSO because they were concerned about someone camping on Forest Service land who could be a suspect from an Idaho murder since some circumstances indicated the camper could be from the Idaho area. The camper was not the Idaho suspect, and everything was fine. 

• 12:43 p.m. — A Gardiner caller reported they found a brown leather wallet on a road. The wallet is being held in PCSO’s Gardiner office in its lost in found. 

• 2:28 p.m. — A caller near Livingston reported a vehicle stopped in front of their house and a person started looking at the house with binoculars. The caller said there has been some vehicles doing some “weird things” on the road by their house. A deputy determined the person was possibly looking at elk. 

• 4:42 p.m. — A caller in Livingston reported she is homeless and left some property in a train car. The caller said when she spoke to the train car owner about her property, the owner said they had sold it. The PCSO told the woman to fill out a formal complaint and an investigation could be opened. The woman has not filed a complaint at this time. 

• 10:09 p.m. —  A Livingston caller reported a man and woman fighting. Deputies arrested the woman on a contempt warrant for failure to appear. The woman claimed the altercation became physical. The PCSO is investigating the incident. 

 

Nov. 23

• 6:10 a.m. — Paradise Valley Fire and Park County Rural Fire District #1 responded to a report of a Mill Creek resident’s house filling with smoke. The residents evacuated and firefighters put out a small fire underneath the house. Officials believe a fireplace fan started a fire in the fireplace’s wiring located underneath the fireplace. Moderate damage was done to the house. 

• 7:16 a.m. — A Big Timber 911 caller was accidentally connected to Park County and was asking where the requested ambulance was. Park County dispatch contacted Sweet Grass County and advised the caller the ambulance was one minute away from his location.

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