Log book

Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls the Park County Sheriff’s Office and Livingston Police Department responded to recently. 
Saturday, July 8 
• 10:18 a.m. — A deputy was patrolling Clyde Park when he noticed smoke billowing out of an area and investigated. Others had gathered in the area as well. When the deputy responded, he found it was just a recreational fire that got too big too quickly, but it was under control.
Sunday, July 9 
• 12:42 a.m. — The security for a Paradise Valley bar called stating a fight broke out and asked for assistance. They later called back  and said the fight was broken up. Deputies still responded to the call, confirming that everyone left with sober drivers, and there ended up being no punches thrown. 
• 9:25 p.m. — A caller stated there was some kind of a loud explosion in the ditch on Interstate 90 going east. They said it sounded like 10 fireworks going off at the same time. A tow truck driver also reported hearing it. Deputies investigated and talked to vehicle occupants in the area of the noise who said they heard it but didn’t know who caused it. Deputies were unable to locate the source of the noise. 
Tuesday, July 11
• 10:23 a.m. — A complainant stated a man was walking around who stopped to stare at them on Old Clyde Park Road. The man had long hair, was wearing shorts and carrying a duffel bag. The man was just walking around nearby and didn’t enter the property. Deputies spoke to the person, and he said he was just walking to another location and didn’t really stare at anyone. Deputies offered to give him a ride but he declined. 
Wednesday, July 12 
• 12:17 a.m. — Deputies checked on a man in his car outside of a Livingston bar. The man was intoxicated and was just sleeping in his vehicle. He said he wasn’t planning on going anywhere and just wanted somewhere to sleep.