Log book

Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls responded to by the Park County Sheriff’s Office in the past week. 
Dec. 28
• 8:18 a.m. — A caller in  the county with a no-contact order against him wanted to go to the house he’s not supposed to go near to plow snow. The Park County Sheriff’s Office advised him to contact the court in which the no-contact order was issued.
• 12:53 p.m. — A Cooke City business called to report that a party they had rented snowmobiles to had damaged two of the machines. One member of the party was able to pay for the damage, but another was not. The caller was advised to pursue a civil complaint. 
Dec. 30
• 2:16 a.m. — A deputy made a traffic stop near Billman Lane and Paradise Drive. The stop led to an arrest on a charge of possession of dangerous drugs, methamphetamine.
• 2:26 p.m. — A caller said she had been plowing snow and wanted to talk to a deputy because someone accused her of breaking a window and wanted the information on file.
Jan. 1
• 1:10 a.m. — A caller at a residence in Yellowstone National Park near Mammoth reported a person was calling them who wasn’t supposed to be calling them. 
Jan 2
• 2:23 a.m. — A complaint about more people than the number registered at an East Park Street motel ultimately resulted in an arrest on charges of possession of dangerous drugs and paraphernalia.
• 9:29 a.m. — An Emigrant area caller reported stolen mail. The PCSO is investigating.
• 1:33 p.m. — A Park County resident called from their Bozeman workplace to report someone had cut their license plate and stolen the registration sticker. The matter is under investigation. 
• 5:12 p.m. — A northwest Livingston resident reported his snowmobile had been stolen. The next morning he called back and said it had been returned. 
Jan. 3
• 5:39 p.m. —  A tractor-trailer got stuck in the snow near the City-County Complex’s east side. A tow truck was called to assist. 
Jan. 4
• 5:25 a.m. — An open gate off O’Hair Lane and Old Yellowstone Trail resulted in cows getting out onto the road. A deputy herded them back through the open gate and closed the gate.   
• 7:02 a.m. — A caller reported a truck swerving all over U.S. Highway 89 South just south of Livingston near mile marker 48. The caller said the driver was passing other vehicles and then slowing down to 35 mph and then speeding back up to 55 mph. The caller thought the driver might be intoxicated. PCSO and Montana Highway Patrol responded, but both agencies were unable to locate the vehicle.