Log book

Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls made to the Livingston Police Department and Park County Sheriff’s Office over the past week. 
April 20
• 10:16 a.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported that her 74-year-old mother had received a sales call from a male, who, upon being interrupted, became verbally abusive and using sexually-explicit language. The woman’s daughter requested an officer to help calm her mother down, and wanted the information on file and the phone number blocked.
• 3:32 p.m — A caller on Livingston’s northside reported an individual picking on her son and said her son doesn’t want to go home after school because the individual shows up there. The caller said she talked to the school and was referred to the police. The School Resource Officer is investigating. 
• 8:22 p.m. — A business owner in Clyde Park reported the front door of the business had been accidentally damaged and just wanted to call it in in case others called in the broken door. The business owner requested extra patrol until the door was fully repaired. • 10:44 p.m. — A caller reported that someone had snipped the wires to the Wispwest antenna tower. The Livingston Police Department is investigating. 
• 10:47 p.m. — The Park County Sheriff’s Office received a request from the Bozeman Police Department to look for a suspect involved in a  partner/family member assault in Bozeman, then shortly thereafter cancelled the request.
April 21
• 10:33 a.m. — A county resident reported someone may have stolen his wife’s identification and made purchases with a company in Florida then later reported there may have been a misunderstanding, and there is no investigation underway. 
• 3:12 p.m. — A caller on Livingston’s South Main Street reported graffiti had been discovered on a couple of downtown stores over the weekend and requested extra patrol. LPD is investigating. 
• 3:30 p.m. — A caller came in to the PCSO and reported his car had been parked off U.S. Highway 89 North not far from the interstate and discovered his tires punctured. He believes it was done deliberately, but didn’t have a suspect in mind. There were no signs of activity around the vehicle, and the sheriff’s office is investigating.
• 7:01 p.m. — An officer of the Park County Detention Center activated the panic alarm to request assistance because an inmate was pretending to hang himself. The surveillance video indicated the attempt was false. A medic was called and the inmate was found to be fine. Potential charges may be pending against the inmate for making a false claim. 
April 22
• 12:16 a.m. — A deputy initiated a traffic stop against a driver speeding 65 mph in a 25 mph zone on East Park Street. The driver was arrested for reckless driving and a probation violation.
• 6:13 a.m. — A Gardiner school bus hit a deer outside of Gardiner near the airport. The deer was killed, but the bus, which was taking the school’s golf team to Columbus for a tournament, sustained only minor damage, and the team was not delayed. 
• 10:13 a.m. — A caller on the Jardine Road near Gardiner reported receiving two phone calls suspected to have originated in a jail. A deputy tried calling the numbers, but they both went to an automated phone answering system. A scam attempt was suspected. 
• 1:34 p.m. — A female caller from Park High School reported being punched in the face by another female. The School Resource Officer is investigating. • 3:30 p.m. — A caller reported a disorderly, belligerent and intoxicated man at the Livingston-Park County Public Library. He left the building  but was disorderly outside. He reentered the building and was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct. 
April 23
• 9:47 a.m. — A deputy checked on a suspicious vehicle parked at Mallard’s Rest Campground and requested an additional unit. The car’s radio appeared to have been ripped out and a woman’s purse was inside. The license plate did not match up with the vehicle, and there were no additional notes in the call log.  
• 2:17 p.m. — A caller westbound on Interstate 90 reported a wooden pallet in the road. The caller thought it might have been around mile marker 355, so Sweet Grass County was advised. 
• 9 p.m. —  A caller south of Livingston reported the theft of an electric fireplace, possibly by a former roommate. PCSO is responding. 
• 9 :38 p.m. — A man and a woman approached a Gardiner motel front desk about a room for the following night. The caller suspected the man was asking questions to stall and look around. The man seemed intoxicated, but the woman not so much. The caller requested extra patrol. The deputy patrolled Gardiner to look for the vehicle, but was unable to locate. 
April 24
• 12:14 a.m. — A caller in the vicinity of Carter’s Bridge reported seeing a red blinking light up on the hill that wasn’t usually there. A deputy responded and said the lights looked the same as they always do.
• 2 :06 p.m. — A business owner in Gardiner reported they had just fired an employee. The caller requested extra patrol.  
April 25
• 10:04 p.m. — A South Main Street business owner in Livingston reported seeing an employee who had recently been laid off loading items into the back of a truck at the rear of the business. The caller was unsure if anything had been stolen, and LPD is investigating.
April 26
• 2:46 p.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southwest side reported her purse had been stolen from her parked car, which she thought she had locked. LPD is investigating. • 5 p.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported a woman whom he has requested not contact him has continued to send him messages through Facebook, email and texts, causing “chaos and misinformation.” 
April 27 
• 2:09 a.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported hearing sounds like people arguing and young kids running around crying. An officer was unable to locate anyone in the area. 
• 2:20 a.m. — A woman waiting for a bus to Billings requested extra patrol at the bus station because she was alone and the bus wouldn’t come until about 3 a.m. Officers checked on her periodically.