Log book

Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls responded to by the Livingston Police Department and Park County Sheriff’s Office  in the past week. 
Aug. 25
• 11:23 a.m. —  A caller on South Main Street in Livingston wanted to talk to an officer about being assaulted by a 6-year-old two days earlier. The caller did not wish to press charges. 
• 11:26 a.m. — Montana State University’s police department asked the Park County Sheriff’s Office to help locate a possible suspect in a careless driving incident at Montana State University. The suspect was believed to live in Park County. Deputies left a message and a note on the suspect’s door.
• 11:27 a.m. — A South Yellowstone Street caller reported their dogs barking the previous night, and then the following morning a window screen appeared tampered with. Livingston Police Department officers are investigating. 
Aug. 26
• 4:47 a.m. — An officer stopped to talk to an individual under the awning at Montana’s Rib and Chop on East Park Street. The person was allegedly using the restaurant’s wi-fi while waiting for a ride.  
• 5:22 a.m. — A caller on North Main Street reported two of his friends had inadvertently gotten locked in at Elk River Books at closing time and did not know how to contact the owners. Officers responded and the owners were contacted. 
• 9:28 a.m. — Forest Service officials requested assistance from the PCSO to check out an unkempt campsite near Jardine on Crevice Road. Two males from Idaho were warned about appropriate food storage and possible underage drinking. 
Aug. 27
• 4:49 a.m. —  caller in the vicinity of North Main Street and Chinook reported what sounded like a party behind Yamaha Sports and in the Yellowstone Gateway Museum area. Officers responded and told several individuals to keep it down and warned them about disorderly conduct. 
• 12:08 p.m. A caller on North M Street reported his trailer had been taken six months ago, and told police he believes he has located it. Officers responded and spoke with an individual who had possession of the trailer. Both parties appeared to have a legal title to the trailer. 
• 8:47 p.m. —  A caller on Livingston’s southwest side reported a man she believed was stalking her. She was walking home and believed the man was following her. An officer responded,was unable to locate a man, and escorted the caller to her home. 
Aug 28
  3:41 p.m. — A caller in the on East Geyser Street reported a woman was attempting to make contact with kids on the street and was arguing with the caller. Officers responded and took the woman into custody after determining there was a warrant out for her arrest.  
• 9:16 p.m. — A suspicious male, possibly intoxicated “on a substance other than alcohol,” according to the police report, was making guests at Chico Hot Springs Resort uncomfortable, asking questions about where they lived. A deputy responded and was unable to locate the man.  
• 9:44 p.m. — A wallet and a cellphone were reported stolen from the men’s locker room at Chico Hot Springs Resort. A deputy, already in the area, was able to locate the phone, but not the wallet. The matter is under investigation. 
Aug. 29
• 1:53 a.m. — LPD officers made a traffic stop at North Main and Chinook on a vehicle operating without brake lights. The driver was driving on a suspended or revoked drivers license. A citation was issued.