Log book

Enterprise Staff
Here is a recent selection of calls made to the Livingston Police Department and Park County Sheriff’s Office. 
Oct. 13
• 3:22 p.m. — An employee of Town & Country Foods called to report a shoplifter from the previous day and had video and other information ready for a Livingston Police Department officer to pick up.  
• 10:37 p.m. — Several residents reported a disturbance on South K Street involving verbal and physical fighting. An officer requested backup, and one man was arrested and charged with assault.  
Oct. 14
• 9:25 a.m. — Dispatch received a hangup 911 call. Dispatchers called the number back, but there was no answer. A second call came in from the same number, and the caller on South K Street reported their vehicle had been damaged the night before in an apparent hit and run. The matter is under investigation. 
• 4:33 p.m. — A caller on South B Street reported seeing a man behaving oddly on the roof of his house, possibly interfering with utility lines. The caller did not want to lose power if he electrocutes himself. LPD officers and Park County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded and upon learning he had outstanding warrants, took him into custody. 
Oct. 15
• 10:13 a.m. — A caller on North L Street said he had been assaulted the night before by another man. The matter is under investigation.
• 2:52 p.m. —  A man called and requested a welfare check on his 10-year-old daughter, who he said had left him a “fairly cryptic” voicemail. Officers checked on the child at the mother’s home, and all were fine. 
• 10:49 p.m. — A caller near Gardiner reported a possible phone scam when a caller from a number from a tv cable company requested an immediate deposit. The Gardiner resident did not send money or share any credit card data, but just wanted the information on file with law enforcement. 
• 10:51 p.m. — A caller on the premises of Livingston HealthCare reported a woman entered the Emergency Room saying she had been struck at the intersection of West Park and North Fifth Streets by a blue SUV after it ran a red light. The matter is under investigation.
Oct. 16
• 1:06 a.m. — A man and a woman were reported fighting outside the Office Lounge on South Main Street. A caller reported the woman had pushed the man into a big glass window. The man was unwilling to cooperate with officers who responded. The woman proved to have outstanding warrants and was arrested on charges of obstructing a peace officer, resisting arrest, possession of dangerous drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
• 9:53 a.m. — A caller exited the Park County Senior Center on South Main Street and was accosted by a man who started screaming at her and “just going off.” She re-entered the building, and he followed her. A no-trespass order had been previously written against him. 
• 1:30 p.m. —  A caller reported a driver on West Park Street driving erratically and possibly drunk, adding that the vehicle displayed a “Baby on Board” sticker. Officers located the driver, but he had not been drinking.  
Oct. 17
• 1:53 a.m. — Officers reported they were with a suspicious vehicle near Shopko, which led to the arrest of a woman charged with driving under the influence.  
• 1:35 p.m. —  A woman on View Vista Drive requested an officer to standby when her husband, soon to be released from custody following a charge of partner or family member assault, would be coming by to pick up his vehicle. There was no further incident. 
• 3:40 p.m. — A caller with a North M Street address called looking for advice on an ongoing petty cash theft issue. 
• 6:43 p.m. — A caller reported her ex-boyfriend was harrassing her through phone calls to her workplace, her cellphone and messages to her friends. A deputy met with her about how to secure an order of protection. 
Oct. 18
• 7:28 a.m. — The PCSO K9 deputy and dog were called to Shields Valley High School to conduct a drug-searching “sniff” of the school’s hallways, lockers, gym and common areas. No drugs were found. 
• 9:06 a.m. — A caller called from his workplace on West Park Street and said a tree had fallen on his vehicle the night before and damaged a fence and other vehicles. The downed tree was reported to city staff.