Log book

By: 
Enterprise Staff
 
May 26
• 1:01 p.m. — A county resident requested a Park County Sheriff’s Office deputy’s assistance in stopping scam phone calls. The deputy suggested blocking the number. 
• 6:12 p.m. — An employee of the Raven Grill in Gardiner reported an incident occurring with a customer.  When law enforcement arrived, the customer had already left without further difficulty. 
• 9:21 p.m. — A resident called Dispatch from her vehicle near a city park on Livingston’s north side to report a man in a green pickup truck littering near the park. She asked him to stop, and he circled his vehicle around hers to take a photo of her and she asked him to leave. Officers spoke to the man and told him he couldn’t sleep in his vehicle in a city park.
• 9:38 p.m. — Medical and law enforcement agencies responded to a four-wheeler accident east of town on property near the Bozeman Pass.
• 11:06 p.m. — A caller reported two trucks and a couple of cars along Willow Bend Lane near Livingston. The caller suspected an underage party. A deputy responded, found a juvenile party and observed that a “bunch of kids took off running.” The deputy requested extra units to help round up the kids. 
 
May 27
• 7:58 a.m. — A caller on Horse Creek Road in Wilsall reported a number of mailboxes and signs knocked down along the road, possibly struck by a vehicle. Deputies responded, and an investigation is ongoing. 
• 2:37 p.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported a 1968 green Chevrolet pickup truck was stolen sometime in the last week. The Livingston Police Department is investigating.   
• 6:59 p.m. — A caller  in the Pray area reported apparent vandalism to irrigation equipment, cutting off water to several properties, which has been an ongoing civil issue. 
• 7:06 p.m. — A caller in the Billman Lane area reported two kids threw a bottle of Mountain Dew at her and tried to run her over with their vehicle, apparently part of an ongoing dispute. Deputies took statements from all parties, and the issue is under investigation. • 11:18 p.m. — A caller on West Park Street reported seeing a “fidgety” man get in the trunk of a car in the Albertsons parking lot. 
 
May 28
• 10:01 a.m. — A caller at Caslen Living reported a bullet came through a window. No one was injured. A man nearby said he knocked something over and his gun went off. LPD is investigating.  
• 11:06 a.m. — A deputy was flagged down for extra patrol at Dailey Lake, where a large group was discovered hosting a rowdy party. 
• 12:29 p.m. — A caller in Clyde Park reported a scam call from someone who said they were with “X Sports Solutions” from Brooklyn, New York. They told her she had to pay $149 or they would turn her satellite service off. The caller requested a deputy’s assistance, who helped with ID theft procedures.
• 1:09 p.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side requested an officer for a “civil standby,” that is, to stand by while she delivered an item to her son at his father’s house. 
• 3:52 p.m. — A caller on Centennial Drive reported a “real cop car” parked at the Cenex station. The vehicle had a light bar and decals from a Washington State agency and apparent civilians driving it. The caller suspected the vehicle was stolen, but, upon inquiry by deputies, no Washington agencies could identify the vehicle. Deputies found the vehicle and did a traffic stop, but found nothing illegal going on. 
 
May 29
• 4:03 a.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported loud music coming from a nearby alley. Officers were unable to locate the source of the music. 
• 9:21 a.m. — A deputy did a traffic stop in Gardiner on a recklessly driven vehicle. The driver was driving on a suspended or revoked driver’s license and was arrested.
• 9:30 a.m. —  A caller was on the Main Boulder Road and was followed by a female black Labrador-mix dog with a red collar, and was going to drop it off at Stafford Animal Shelter. A dispatcher tried to call the phone number on the collar, and the call went straight to voicemail. 
• 4:02 p.m. — A resident of View Vista Apartments wanted to speak to a deputy about a resident who drives too fast on the property. A deputy located the driver and let her know she needed to slow down or risk being cited for reckless driving.  
• 6 p.m. — Town & Country Foods reported receiving a counterfeit $20 bill sometime earlier in the day. LPD officers are investigating. 
• 7:03 p.m. — Staff at the Emigrant General Store reported a shoplifter trying to steal $6 worth of tobacco products. A deputy responded and cited the individual for theft. 
• 11:07 p.m. — An officer checked on someone “hanging out” behind Town Pump on West Park Street to make sure the person was OK.  
 
May 30
• 9:19 a.m. — The Office Lounge and Liquor store reported receiving a counterfeit $20 bill, and reported it to their bank. LPD is investigating. 
• 12:42 p.m. — A resident on Livingston’s northwest side reported her bicycle was stolen last summer, but didn’t report it at the time. She saw a bike for sale on Craigslist recently that might be hers, and wanted to talk to an officer. 
• 1:06 p.m. — A Wilsall resident reported harrassing text messages from an unknown number. PCSO is investigating. 
• 11:55 p.m. — An individual came in to the Livingston Police Department to speak with an officer, who learned he was wanted on an out-of-state warrant. The man was arrested. 
 
May 31 
• 3:47 a.m. — PCSO was asked by Sweet Grass County officials to watch for a white “dually” farm truck with a flat bed believed to be headed west on Interstate 90. The truck was reported by a caller as driving “all over the road.” The vehicle was not located. 

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