Log book

Enterprise Staff


June 8

• 9:05 a.m. — A clerk at the Town Pump on East Park Street received a counterfeit $20 bill from a customer and requested a real one. Under investigation.  

• 10:44 a.m. — The Livingston Police Department’s School Resource Officer at Park High School requested an incident number for a juvenile in possession of alcohol.

• 1:44 p.m. — A caller from out of state reported someone had picked up a prescription at a local pharmacy under her name. It is under investigation. • 7:47 p.m. — An employee at Livingston HealthCare requested to speak with an officer about a man threatening staff at the hospital. The man was subsequently arrested on a charge of  assault. 


June 9 

• 11:05 a.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported a bicycle — a large “beach cruiser” —  stolen from the garage approximately three weeks ago. Police said the matter is under investigation.  


June 10

• 9:57 a.m. — An employee of the Town Pump on East Park Street reported receiving a counterfeit $50 bill. It is under investigation. 

• 12:46 p.m. —   A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported receiving a pop-up message on their computer allegedly from Microsoft. The message said not to turn off the computer because they may have downloaded a virus, which could be repaired by sending in $50. The caller didn’t want to file a formal complaint, but wanted the information on file. 

• 6:46 p.m. —  A caller on Livingston’s northeast side reported construction tools stolen and believed a former employee may have pawned them. It is under investigation. 


June 11

• 3:17 a.m. — A Livingston man dropped off a wallet at the Livingston Police Department that he had found downtown. The wallet contained identification and cash. An officer contacted the wallet’s owner, and it was returned. 

• 5:28 p.m. — A caller in downtown Livingston reported they had just returned to their home and believed a window had been tampered with, but there was no apparent sign of entry. It is under investigation. 

• 11:50 p.m. — A caller on Livingston’s southeast side reported hearing a man yelling and slamming doors. An officer responded and spoke with the man, and he quieted down for the night. 


June 12

• 8:04 a.m. — A downtown Livingston resident reported she had lost her iPhone, either downtown or near Town & Country Foods and requested to be notified on a different phone number in case someone found it and  turned it in. 

• 10:53 a.m. — A southwest Livingston resident reported his girlfriend drove his car to Missoula without permission. He wants it back, but does not want to pursue charges. Missoula area law enforcement attempted to call her, but her voicemail was full. Missoula officers said they couldn’t pursue the situation without a criminal complaint, so no further law enforcement action was taken. 


June 13

• 2:45 a.m. — A caller on East Park Street reported a man walking east who appeared to be stumbling and highly intoxicated. An officer located the man and took him to the Livingston HealthCare out of concern for his welfare.

• 5:58 a.m. — Livingston HealthCare staff sought assistance with a distraught woman in the emergency room. 

• 12:45 p.m. — A southside Livingston resident reported their daughter was home alone and the caller believed there was someone in her garage. Officers responded to learn a neighbor was in the garage to borrow something, with permission. • 1:16 p.m. — A caller reported that while she was at a doctor’s office, she set her hearing aids down, and now they’re missing. She had  been advised by her insurance agent to report them stolen. 


June 14

• 1:40 a.m. — An officer observed a vehicle after-hours at Mayor’s Landing, and the vehicle pulled away as the officer pulled in. 

• 1:54 a.m. — A motorist was pulled over and issued a citation for failing to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of East Lewis and South Main Streets. 


June 15

• 8:26 a.m. — A caller on Livingston’s northeast side reported receiving phone calls from a woman wanting to know about the recent death of the reporting party’s husband. The reporting party requested that the other woman be contacted by an officer and told to stop calling.

• 1:49 p.m. — A downtown Livingston caller requested a no-trespass notice against another person. The caller said the other person had been writing letters that contained “veiled threats.” The letter-writer was contacted and given the no-trespass order. 

• 4:07 p.m. — A probation and patrol officer requested assistance with a parolee’s home check in downtown Livingston. 

• 10:44 p.m. — A woman flagged down an officer on Livingston’s northwest side to report a suspicious vehicle nearby. When officers arrived, the vehicle had already left.