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Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls the Park County Sheriff’s Office responded to recently. 
June 16
• 11:14 a.m. — The Park County Sheriff’s Office spoke to a caller east of Livingston reporting a scammer claiming to be with CenturyLink. The reporting party did not give the scammer any money or a credit card number, just wanted the information on file.  
• 10:07 p.m. — A caller near Emigrant reported a possible drunk driver headed northbound on U.S. 89 South in a Ford station wagon doing 35 mph “all over the road.” A PCSO deputy stopped the driver, who indicated having issues with the rain. The driver’s license proved to be suspended, for which the driver was placed under arrest.
June 17
• 1:34 a.m. — A PCSO deputy responded to a report of a fight at the Blue Goose Saloon in Gardiner. The deputy found the fight was not serious, and no one wished to press charges. • 2:48 a.m. — A female driver was taken into custody on West Crawford Street in Livingston by a PCSO deputy on a charge of aggravated DUI. 
• 9:39 p.m. — A deputy on patrol spoke to the driver of a vehicle with Alberta, Canada license plates at the Carter’s Bridge Fishing Access Site about moving their vehicle so as not to block the turnaround loop. 
June 18
• 1:06 p.m. — A Bozeman Pass-area caller complained about a neighbor allegedly trespassing on the caller’s property. A deputy provided a no-trespass form for the caller to fill out. 
• 2:30 p.m. — A caller reported a woman had been assaulted by a man at the Wilsall Rodeo. A deputy determined the suspect had gotten a ride out of the area, but the deputy was able to locate the man and take him into custody. 
June 19
 • 7:18 a.m. —  A Wilsall resident reported her wallet had been stolen and thought it might be in the possession of a Park County Detention Center inmate. The inmate’s property was searched, but the wallet was not found. 
• 11:12 p.m. — A caller reported activity at the Sheep Mountain Fishing Access Site on Convict Grade Road. A deputy discovered one vehicle and five young adults tending a small fire pit. The group was told the FAS was for day-use only, and they left without incident. 
June 20
• 2:29 p.m. — A Livingston business owner reported receiving an invoice from “Sports Media” wanting money to support Park High School sports, which he believed from previous news stories, to be fraudulent. PHS was contacted and confirmed the invoice was a scam. The caller did not send any money, just wanted the additional report be added to the file
• 10:20 p.m. — Barking dogs were reported in the county just south of Livingston. The caller said it was an ongoing problem. A deputy responded and could hear the dogs barking when he was driving down the road. The deputy made contact with a resident of the dogs’ home and asked them to quiet the dogs. The deputy planned to follow up on the incident.
June 21
• 10:25 a.m. — A Gardiner landlord requested a deputy to stand by while a tenant was removed from a rental property.
• 10:35 a.m. —  A caller reported a cabin had been broken into south of Emigrant and believed the break-in had occurred between June 16 and 19. The door and a window were damaged, but nothing appeared to be taken except alcohol. A mattress had been removed from a bed and pulled to the floor where it may have been slept on. The door was left open when the suspects left.