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Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls answered by the Park County Sheriff’s Office and Livingston Police Department recently. 
Oct. 6 
• 2:43  p.m. —  A woman called the Park County Sheriff’s Office to complain about a Cooke City bar that she said kept her driver’s license, per its policy of holding the license of a patron who orders a particular specialty drink in an expensive mug. She said she forgot to retrieve her license, and when she called from out of town to get it back, she said the staff was rude. She called the PCSO, which contacted the bar owner who planned to place the license in the mail as soon as possible. 
• 4:32 p.m. — A caller reported a woman lying on the ground in Livingston’s G Street Park. She was breathing, but the caller asked that someone check on her. Livingston Police Department officers responded and talked to the woman lying on the ground. She said she had had a bad day, but was otherwise fine and did not require assistance. 
• 7:59 p.m. — An investigation at an Emigrant establishment led to the arrest of a man who had outstanding warrants for theft and contempt of court from Gallatin County.  
• 10:42 p.m. — A caller from a Gardiner motel reported a seemingly drunk man trying to enter a room that was not his. The man was not making sense, seemed disoriented and said he had taken some medication, perhaps too much. He was transported to Livingston HealthCare. 
• 10:50 p.m. — An underage student was caught at Park High School having an alcoholic beverage before the Homecoming Dance.  
Oct. 7
• 12:21 a.m. — A joint effort between the PCSO and Livingston Police Department led to seizing marijuana and pipes from a South F Street residence. Criminal citations were issued. 
• 10:31 a.m. — A caller on East River Road reported all the gates to their pasture had been wrecked recently, thinking someone might have driven through them. The matter is under investigation.  
• 1:18 p.m. — A caller in Tom Miner Basin reported their “No Trespassing” signs had been removed and saw some people go through a fence on the property. The caller spoke with the people without incident. The caller will be replacing the signs, and wanted the PCSO to be aware of the situation in case there were future issues. 
• 6:13 p.m. — Stafford Animal Shelter staff reported someone broke into the shelter between 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. and stole a black pit bull that had been chained up. The matter is under investigation. 
Oct. 8
• 12:33 a.m. — A call on the Main Boulder Road within Park County resulted in the arrest of a man on a charge of partner or family member assault. A woman was charged with minor in possession of alcohol and disorderly conduct.
• 2:13 p.m. — A caller on South Yellowstone Street reported a white pickup truck, after striking a male on a bicycle, had left the scene. The bicyclist was up and moving around and seemed OK. Officers found a vehicle parked at Mayors Landing, but did not immediately make contact with the driver. The matter is under investigation. • 11:56 p.m. — A caller off U.S. Highway 89 North south of Clyde Park reported harrassment by an ex-boyfriend and identified his vehicle for law enforcement agents.  A deputy made a traffic stop on the vehicle, which led to the man’s arrest on a charge of driving under the influence.
Oct. 9
• 8:34 a.m. — A caller reported finding an overturned kayak with camping equipment under Veteran’s Bridge. A deputy impounded the kayak and stored the gear for safekeeping after searching for and not finding any identification. There have been no reports of missing kayakers. 
• 8:53 a.m. — A caller in Wilsall reported coming home and finding what looked like an attempt to break into the home. The matter is under investigation.
• 12:47 p.m. — A caller on Kindsfather Drive reported receiving a number of calls from a number believed to have originated within the Park County Detention Center, which may have been from an inmate. Center staff blocked the caller’s phone number so it may not be reached from within the Detention Center.  
Oct. 10
• 5:06 p.m. — A caller near the intersection of North Third and Chinook Streets reported a man in a gray pickup truck slumped over in the driver’s seat, and asked officers to check on the man. Officers responded and found grounds for arresting the man on a charge of DUI.
• 6:04 p.m. — A caller reported a suspicious male at the Sunshine Laundromat at Park and Fifth Street. The caller said the man pulled his hood over his head and “thought the guy was very creepy.” Officers responded and approached the man in the hood, who said he was using the laundromat’s wi-fi and had pulled his hoodie over his head so he could see his phone’s screen better. 
• 6:56 p.m. — A man came into the police department offices to talk to Dispatch, saying he wanted help getting to Billings. He seemed aggravated and intoxicated. He was told the department no longer had an emergency fund. He was told he could catch a free bus to Bozeman, where there might be resources to help him get to Billings.
• 8:39 p.m. — A caller reported the sound of a couple apparently fighting in a nearby motel room on Centennial Drive. Officers responded and found a verbal argument between a man who wanted to leave, and a woman who did not because she did not want him to drive because he had been drinking. Officers discovered the male was out on bond with release conditions that prohibited drinking, and he was arrested for violating the terms of his parole.   
Oct. 11
• 4:52 a.m. — A vehicle versus elk accident was reported on U.S. Highway 89 South about 11 miles north of Gardiner. The vehicle sustained a lot of damage, but was drivable. The condition of the elk was not reported.