Log book

By: 
Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls responded to by the Livingston Police Department and the Park County Sheriff’s Office recently. 
 
Dec. 7
• 10:13 a.m. — A probation and parole officer requested assistance from the Livingston Police Department in obtaining a DNA sample from a probationer.
• 4:04 p.m. — A caller from a business on Washington Street reported a man just walked out of the store with several items that appeared to have been stolen. The man got in his car, was followed, and the man’s address was identified and reported to the LPD. An officer spoke to the alleged shoplifter and the man was subsequently arrested for shoplifting. 
• 4:59 p.m. — A man called and said tools had been stolen out of the back of his vehicle while he was parked in the 2100 block of West Park Street. The man called back later and said he remembered he had left his tools in Bozeman.
 
Dec. 8
• 1:21 a.m. — LPD officers made a traffic stop on a vehicle based on a call from a complainant who said the man did not have permission to drive their car. The driver was arrested for unauthorized use of a vehicle. 
• 9:50 a.m. — A caller reported a man with binoculars sitting in a pickup in Gardiner watching the Big Rock Hotel. A Park County Sheriff’s Office deputy was unable to locate the man in the pickup. 
• 4:30 p.m. — A caller on North N Street reported a window screen on her residence was bent and damaged as if someone had tried to break in. Nothing was missing or stolen, but the matter is under investigation. 
• 9:04 p.m. —  A visitor in Cooke City reported he had not heard from his friends, a party of four snowmobilers, since morning. A deputy was advised. The deputy made a call to a local saloon, spoke with a member of the party, and learned the four were all just fine. 
• 11:27 p.m. — A caller at the Yellowstone Pioneer Lodge reported a heavily intoxicated man in the lobby and wanted him removed. The man was arrested for trespassing.
• 11:33 p.m. — A caller on South Yellowstone Street reported his bicycle had been stolen from in front of the Mint Bar on Main Street. He later informed the LPD the bike had been located.
• 11:37 p.m. — A caller reported noise that included a lot of banging and yelling on East Lewis Street. LPD officers arrived and arrested a man.
 
Dec. 9
• 1:53 a.m. — A deputy checked on someone in a black hoodie walking near Kindsfather Drive. The individual said they were looking for the family dog, that had run off.
• 2:08 a.m. — An officer made a traffic stop in the vicinity of East Park Street and North E and arrested an individual on a charge of driving under the influence.   
• 11:17 a.m. — A caller in the 100 block of Centennial Drive reported her vehicle was hit with a second vehicle’s door. She wanted an officer to come look at the damage and to inquire if there was anything to be seen on the store surveillance cameras. The matter is under investigation.
• 8:54 p.m. — A caller reported a maroon-colored Dodge pickup truck on East Park Street driving on the sidewalk and otherwise driving erratically. Officers located the driver and made a DUI arrest.
• 10:37 p.m. — A caller on South E Street reported her husband went for a drive around 3 p.m. and wasn’t home yet. Montana Highway Patrol and the Park County Sheriff’s Office responded, and the man was later located without incident. 
 
Dec. 10
• 1:18 a.m. — A caller reported a “large intoxicated male” in a West Park Street bar, who was refusing to leave the bar. He was eventually arrested.
• 5:05 p.m. — A caller reported a tall, thin man near the intersection of North Fifth and East Park Street who was yelling and screaming and saying “People are going to die.” He wasn’t threatening anyone in particular, just screaming at random. Officers located him and advised him about yelling. 
 
Dec. 11
• 10:29 a.m. — A resident of Cody, in Park County, Wyoming, received a strange phone message that referenced the name of a person they knew. The caller called Park County, Wyoming, then tried Park County, Montana to try to make sense of the strange phone message. 
• 1:40 p.m. — A deputy was advised of a court-ordered search warrant issued on a vehicle north of Livingston prior to an inmate release from custody.
• 1:59 p.m. — An employee in the City-County Complex reported losing his wallet.
• 2:56 p.m. — An executor for property located at 1180 East River Road near Emigrant reported someone had broken into some trailers on the property over a period of time. Additional surveillance cameras are being installed, and the matter is under investigation.
• 8:47 p.m. —  A call came in from a residence on North I Street reporting a man in the house was yelling and screaming. Officers arrived and spoke to the man, who was alleged to be in violation of some release conditions. He was taken to the hospital for evaluation. 
 
Dec. 12
• 1:12 a.m. — A highly intoxicated man was arrested at Chico Hot Springs Resort. The man fell, and an ambulance was called to check on him. He was medically cleared at Livingston HealthCare and subsequently arrested on charges that included disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and criminal mischief.   
• 7:49 a.m. — A caller in Clyde Park reported her son received a scammer call, claiming to be a live technician from  Microsoft. The caller just asked the information to be on file with the PCSO.
• 9:37 a.m. — An assault-battery was reported on Cokedale Road. No arrest was made, but the matter remains under investigation. 
• 2:26 p.m. — A Montana Highway Patrol trooper reported someone apparently lost a large tote of Christmas decorations all over the road on U.S. Highway 89 North. The trooper had the decorations in his patrol car, in case anyone called looking for them. 
• 5:38 p.m. — An employee in the City-County Complex reported there was a woman after hours in the downstairs Community Room with a large dog. She was asked to leave the building, and she did.
 
Dec. 13
• 12:45 a.m. — A caller at Livingston HealthCare reported a vehicle in the employee parking area that had been there for the past 10 minutes with the lights going on and off. An officer located the vehicle and the driver. The driver said he was picking up a woman who was getting off work shortly.
• 6:36 a.m. — PCSO assisted MHP Dispatch, which had not heard from a trooper for more than an hour. The trooper called in before the deputy needed to check on him.
• 8:07 a.m. — A caller on South I Street wanted to speak to an officer because she had been nearly struck by vehicles that morning and was very upset.
• 8:16 a.m. and 8:27 a.m. — Officers issued traffic warnings for speeding to two different vehicles in the school zone near Park High School on View Vista Drive

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