Log book

Enterprise Staff


Here is a selection of emergency and law enforcement calls responded to in the past week. 


June 2

• 9:08 a.m. —  A Ninth Street Island resident contacted the Park County Sheriff’s Office out of concern about the level of the Yellowstone River at the island’s south end and requested sandbags. The area is being closely monitored. 

• 6:56 p.m. — A caller west of Livingston reported that a tractor a relative tried to buy on eBay using Amazon gift cards hadn’t been delivered and is concerned the exchange might have been a rip-off. Its Under investigation.

• 10:25 p.m. — A caller in Pine Creek reported very loud music nearby, but wasn’t sure where it was coming from. The caller called back 2 minutes later and said the music had stopped. 


June 3

• 2:27 p.m. — A Gardiner resident reported his bicycle had been found in the street damaged the previous night. He said he thought he knew who did it. A deputy investigated and an arrest was made. 

• 7:25 p.m. — One employee allegedly shoved another at the Raven Grill in Gardiner. The person who was shoved did not want to file charges, but wanted the other employee and his girlfriend not to return. A deputy located the other man, who said the confrontation was verbal-only. The deputy told him to avoid the restaurant. 


June 4

• 1:18 p.m. — A caller at the Pine Creek campground reported two suspicious men in a white van in the campground. Forest Service law enforcement were also contacted, but the van had already left the area.


June 5

• 10:28 a.m. — A caller in Clyde Park reported possible fraud after paying a woman in Illinois via eBay several hundred dollars for a stained glass window that had yet to be delivered and had been expected in April. Under investigation. 

• 11:12 a.m. — Livingston Fire and Rescue responded to a fuel spill from a tanker at Town Pump on East Park Street. The spill was about 30-40 gallons. The crew put sand on the spill, which absorbed the fuel, and the sand was taken away for safe disposal. 


June 6

• 6:12 p.m. — Property owners off East River Road reported their Bear Paw Outfitter sign had been stolen recently. There are currently no suspects, but suggested keeping an eye out for the sign.

• 8:38 p.m. — A caller south of Livingston reported a “black man with a backpack” walking in the neighborhood. A deputy made contact with the man, who was conducting door-to-door sales and was waiting for his boss to pick him up.