LOG BOOK — Sept. 16-22

Enterprise Staff
Following is a selection of calls made to the Livingston Police Department and Park County Sheriff’s Office within the last week.
Sept. 16
• 12:59 a.m. — A Livingston Police Department officer located an individual behind a West Park Street bar and issued the person a citation for public urination.  
• 8:28 a.m. — A convenience store employee reported a semi-truck driver had driven off without paying for fuel. An officer made contact with the driver, who returned and paid for the fuel. 
• 8:49 a.m. — A Busby Lane caller reported someone was hanging around their residence. The caller said someone had let his horses out of a corral. He also said he found two sets of footprints around his barn. The caller said he was concerned that someone was looking for stuff to steal. A deputy responded and looked at the footprints, which went around the perimeter of the barn. The caller just wanted information on file, and there are no suspects at this time. 
• 7:56 p.m. — A Garnier Avenue caller requested a deputy respond to her home because her neighbor was screaming at her outside her house.  Deputies responded and found it was just a verbal argument. No citations were issued.  
Sept. 17
• 10:30 a.m. — A caller on North H Street reported the rear license plate had been stolen off her vehicle. LPD is investigating.
• 2:34 p.m. — A Paradise Valley caller reported their neighbor was taking down signs they had put up. The caller said their neighbor stares at them from across their fence and when they drive by. The caller wanted the information on file. The caller said they might look into getting a restraining order in the future. 
• 3:45 p.m. — A caller at Gardiner Market reported a man was urinating at the entrance to the store. The caller said they confronted the man who said he “had to go.” The caller said they gave the man a chance to clean it up but he refused and left in a Pontiac. A deputy later located the man driving on U.S. Highway 89 South near Mill Creek. The man told the deputy he was taking medication that made him have to urinate frequently and that he tried to use the bathroom in the store but that the line was long. The man was cited for disorderly conduct. 
Sept. 18
• 8:29 a.m. — Rosedale Gardens on South Ninth Street reported her business had been entered the night before. LPD is investigating.  
• 10:35 a.m. — An East River Road caller reported there was graffiti on a sign near mile marker 10. The caller said they thought it might be Arabic writing because of the state the country was in. A deputy responded and took photos. No spray can was found, and the deputy determined it was just random scribbles, not Arabic. The deputy notified the road department of the damage so the sign could be replaced.
Sept. 19:
• 2: 26 p.m. — A motorcycle accident was reported in Park County, Wyoming, near the intersection of U.S. Highway 212 and the Chief Joseph Highway. Park County, Montana deputies were alerted in case they were the closest first-responders.  
• 7:56 p.m. — A caller at a West Callender Street apartment building reported they could hear a woman screaming, but could not see the woman. City officers and county deputies responded, found inconsistent stories among the residents, and were unable to locate the screaming woman.  
• 10:05 p.m. —A caller on North B Street reported a disturbance in the caller’s driveway. LPD is investigating.
• 10:51 p.m. —An employee of a convenience store reported a customer had told her someone was outside drawing on the gas pumps with a permanent marker. The caller said she was unable to go outside to check and requested an officer to do so. The officer was unable to locate anyone or any drawings on any of the pumps.   
Sept 20: 
• 11:53 a.m. — A caller on South B Street reported their stolen car had been recovered, but the person who took it still had the keys. Officers located the vehicle, and individual was charged. 
Sept. 21:
• 7:55 a.m. — A caller on South B Street reported some plants in the boulevard near their house had been destroyed, apparently on purpose, and just wanted the information on file. 
• 5:34 p.m. — A caller on South B Street reported being harassed via text and Facebook by a female, and said he would talk to an officer if it continued. 
Sept 22:
• 1:58 a.m. — An LPD officer reported being in the alley behind the 49er Diner on East Park Street, where a man and woman were arguing loudly. The argument was not physical, but the officer separated the two for the rest of the night.
• 10:54 p.m. — A caller on South Third Street reported a loud party going on nearby. An officer responded, and the noise proved to be emanating from an underage party.