Log book

By: 
Enterprise Staff
 

Here is a selection of calls received by the Livingston Police Department over the past week. 

 

May 19

• 9:49 a.m. — A caller reported her purse had been stolen from a downtown bar the night before, taken off the back of a chair. Under investigation by the Livingston Police Department. 

• 6:37 p.m. — A homeowner on Mount Baldy Drive reported a male sleeping on his property. The caller said he wasn’t sure if the man was sleeping or dead. An officer found the man to be alive and told him he was trespassing, and the man left.  

• 9:07 p.m. — Two families on Livingston’s northeast side got into a verbal argument after a child of one family made the child of another cry. An officer spoke to all parties and advised them that if they can’t get along they shouldn’t speak to one another. 

 

May 20

• 2:34 a.m. — Officers noticed a vehicle parked on South Main Street that contained three adults. The registered owner of the vehicle was in the car. The people said they were just talking.

• 4:45 a.m. — A homeowner on Livingston’s north side, who was out of town at the time of the call,  reported a home alarm had gone off recently. The owner thought family had canceled the alarm, but later determined they had not. The caller requested an officer check the house and found all in order. 

• 5:31 p.m. — A two-vehicle traffic accident was reported in the 600 block of East Park Street. No one was injured, but both vehicles had to be towed.  

May 21

 • 8:07 a.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported hearing a woman yelling and screaming on her phone. Officers located the woman a few blocks away, and she said she would try to keep her voice down.

• 5:33 p.m. — A caller in the High Ground area reported that, judging from car parts discovered nearby, a vehicle had struck and damaged a fence post on his property, and he just wanted the information placed on file. 

May 22

• 2:49 p.m. — On Livingston’s south east side, a caller reported a neighbor was yelling and cussing at her, claiming the caller was putting garbage on her property, and said the neighbor squirted her with a garden hose. Officers responded and succeeded in getting the neighbors to agree to stay away from each other, and the complainant was OK with that.  

May 23

• 10:40 a.m. — A resident of Frontier Assisted Living was reported missing and had not been seen since 8 p.m. the previous night. He was found, unharmed, the following day in Billings. 

• 7:14 p.m. — A suspicious person was reported near Livingston HealthCare trying to secure a ride from various employees. 

• 9: 29 p.m. — A man parked in a camper near Shopko reported that a man wearing a black hoodie broke into the trailer while he was asleep and stabbed him several times. Officers and medics responded, but the caller refused to be transported to the hospital. The city’s K-9  unit was called out, but the dog was unable to get an accurate track. Under investigation.  

May 24

• 4:25 p.m. —  A caller on  Livingston’s south east side reported fraudulent charges on a checking account. The caller was advised to bring copies of the checks to the LPD and file a report. Under investigation. 

• 4:47 p.m. — A caller reported a shop owner near Counterpoint’s East Lewis Street facility had been cutting balloons loose. Officers located the individual, who was issued a citation for littering. • 8:10 p.m. — A caller at an East Park Street restaurant reported a “strange male” had walked in off the street and asked customers for money. Managers asked him to leave, and he did. Officers found the man and told him he was not to return to the restaurant.  

May 25

• 12:50 a.m. — A man went to a Livingston motel to rent a room. He asked to see a room, and provided a credit card. The card was declined. When he was asked to leave the room, he refused. Officers were called, and the man was arrested on a trespassing charge. 

• 11:02 a.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported a neighbor was yelling at him, harrassing him verbally and taking photos. The caller requested an officer. 

• 11:40 a.m. —  A caller on Livingston’s south side reported a phone scam, describing a man with a foreign accent pretending to be the caller’s grandson. The call was from a Maryland area code. The caller just wanted the information on file.  

• 2:01 p.m. — A caller reported that a dog was believed to be living in a car parked on South Second Street in Livingston. The caller believed the dog’s owner had been taken to the hospital and was concerned there would be no one to care for the dog. Officers spoke to nearby residents and learned the dog was being cared for by the man’s son. 

• 5:06 p.m. — Callers reported a man, who had been observed over the past two days,  lying on a bench behind a shop building on South Main Street. Dispatch had received several different calls about the man during the day, and spoke with him again. He was advised to go wait at the bus station if he had a bus ticket.

May 26

• 12:39 a.m. — Officers were checking on two men on West Park Street when they were advised of a third male behind a downtown bar who needed to be checked on. 

 

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