Log book

Enterprise Staff
Sept. 29
• 10:14 a.m. — A caller near Clark and L Streets reported a lot of yelling nearby and in the street. Livingston Police Department officers responded to discover an argument between several people. The matter is under investigation.  
• 11:38 a.m. — A caller reported a number of children between the ages of 9 and 12 playing on the train tracks above the underpass. The caller asked them to leave, then called for police backup. Officers responded, spoke to the children, and the children left the tracks.
• 12:45 p.m. — An employee at Sky Federal Credit Union reported fraudulent charges on a member’s credit card. 
• 7:14 p.m. — A caller on Livingston’s west side reported a woman in his apartment whom he had asked to leave, but she refused. He said she was acting strangely and blocked the door so he couldn’t leave. Officers responded and advised the caller not to allow her in his residence in the future. 
• 7:31 p.m. — A marijuana pipe was seized and a juvenile suspect arrested by Park County Sheriff’s Office deputies at a Billman Lane address. 
• 10:27 p.m. — Officers pulled over a motorist in the 700 block of East Park Street and arrested an individual on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.  
Sept. 30
• 12:25 a.m. — Deputies made contact with the occupants of a vehicle parked after-hours at the Carter’s Bridge Fishing Access Site. They said they had been kicked out of their house earlier that day.
• 1:09 a.m. — Officers located two vehicles parked at Mayors Landing, and told them the area closed nightly at 11 p.m. The drivers of both vehicles left the area without incident.
•  3:21 a.m. — A deputy on patrol found people “dumpster diving” south of town and advised them to leave.  
• 12:44 p.m. — A woman on Chinook Street reported being harrassed by another woman. Officers were uncertain if the woman was experiencing a mental health or narcotics issue and helped separate the two women for the short-term. 
• 2:52 p.m. — A complainant entered the LPD office to report child abuse and aggravated assault following a mid-August event at a birthday party. The complainant told police that at the party a child and herself had had chocolate cake slammed into their faces, and not in a spirit of fun. The matter is under investigation. 
• 10:55 — A resident of the Ebert Apartments on West Callender Street reported a loud vehicle in the alley behind the building had been running for a long time and asked that an officer respond and ask the owner to turn it off. Officers responded and located the vehicle’s owner, who was happy to turn it off and hadn’t realized it was causing an issue. 
Oct. 1
• 12:29 a.m. — A caller near Total Fitness gym at North Main Street reported there was noise nearby that sounded like a live band and fireworks. Officers located the source of the disturbance and warned individuals about town noise ordinances. 
• 2:36 a.m. — Officers checked on a parked car with its lights on in the Livingston Depot parking lot. The driver of the vehicle was asleep in the back seat and had left the headlights on. Officers, realizing the man was intoxicated, allowed him to remain in his car in the parking lot.
• 10:19 a.m. —  A deputy was out doing extra patrol of the Main Boulder Road.
• 10:45 a.m. — A caller in Gardiner reported losing her wallet and wanted to file a report in case it wasn’t found and someone tried to use her credit cards.
• 11:16 a.m. — A call came through the Yellowstone National Park Comm Center of a complaint of trespassers on the Royal Teton Ranch near Gardiner. Deputies issued written warnings to the trespassers.  
• 4:35 p.m. — A resident of a View Vista Drive apartment called to speak to an officer stating that his landlord has stopped answering his calls after threatening to kick him out despite paying his rent on time and not receiving any previous notices. A deputy advised him on the eviction process. 
Oct. 2
• 12:18 a.m. — A caller at a motel on Rogers Lane requested an officer on a report of a guest hitting an employee. One man was arrested on a charge of partner/family member assault.
• 8 a.m. — Gardiner School officials reported vandalism to the school — damage to a metal door, frame and hinge — by a student and requested a deputy. The student was issued a citation charging criminal mischief, and the matter was forwarded to juvenile probation. 
• 3:14 p.m. —  A caller on the Tom Miner Basin Road reported an individual observed harrassing wildlife with a remote-controlled drone. A deputy advised the caller the issue was under the jurisdiction of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. 
Oct. 3
• 3:50 a.m. — A caller reported a man who appeared to be drunk wandering around in the parking lot of the Yellowstone Pioneer Lodge on West Park Street. An officer checked out the area, but was unable to find anyone matching the man’s description.