Log book

By: 
Enterprise Staff
Below is a selection of calls placed to Dispatch during the week of Feb. 10-16. 
 
Feb. 10
• 10:28 a.m. — The Park County Sheriff’s Office was asked to assist the Las Vegas District Attorney to pass along some information to a resident near Gardiner.
• 10:40 a.m. — A Livingston caller reported what they said was a stolen vehicle. The caller had recently purchased a pickup truck, which was still under title to the original owner. Police contacted the original owner, who stated they did not have the vehicle. 
• 4:34 p.m. — A PCSO deputy made a traffic stop west of Livingston and issued the driver a citation for traveling 90 mph in an 80-mph zone. 
 • 5 p.m. — A caller reported finding a set of keys near the dog park near Mayor’s Landing.  
• 8:40  p.m. — A deputy near Gardiner assisted the National Park Service with removing boulders that had toppled onto the North Entrance Road near the Chinese Gardens, an area not far north of the Boiling River area. 
 
Feb. 11
• 1:13 a.m. — A motor vehicle accident was reported near Gardiner when a motorist drove through a fence and struck a horse trailer.  
• 7:25 p.m. — A motorist towing a trailer was issued a warning for not having lights visible on a towed trailer. 
 
Feb. 12
• 2:19 a.m. — A deputy on patrol saw a vehicle parked at the Carter’s Bridge Fishing Access Site. The vehicle was locked and unoccupied, and all was well. 
8:42 p.m. — A traffic stop at Murphy Lane in Emigrant for failing to stop at a stop sign turned into a DUI investigation and arrest. 
 
Feb. 13
• 8:39 p.m. — An ongoing issue of barking dogs on South M Street was referred to the city’s animal control officer. 
• 9:52 a.m. —  A caller reported her car, which had broken down at the Yellowstone Truck Stop and was still there by permission, had been stolen after staff told her it was no longer on the property. A deputy responded and reported the vehicle was still there after all.  
• 9:58 a.m. — An employee of the Community Closet reported a firearm had been found in its donation box. A Livingston Police Department officer picked up the firearm, which will be investigated to attempt to find the owner, determine whether or not it had been stolen, or any other information. 
• 5:45 p.m. — Upon a report of a male and female fighting in a parking lot in the vicinity of Centennial Drive, the responding officer found a verbal argument without any physical violence. No one was charged with a crime.
• 8:18 p.m. — Two individuals were arrested for trespassing at a West Montana street residence. 
 
Feb. 14
• 10:37 a.m. — A caller in the Yellowstone Gateway Mall reported a jacket had been stolen from their business. An LPD officer responded.
• 3:01 p.m. — A caller on South 12th Street reported a plastic gas can had been stolen from the back of his truck, but was unsure when the theft may have occurred. He wanted the information on file, but didn’t want to speak to an officer.  
 
Feb. 15
• 1:10 a.m. — A caller from a Livingston gas station/convenience store reported a male had stolen three bottles from a six-pack of alcohol. The matter is under investigation. 
• 1:33 a.m. — A customer at Casey’s Exxon on Park Street South pulled away from the pumps with the gas nozzle still in the gas tank, ripping it from the pump. Officers responded and found the driver was wanted on warrants from a nearby county, and was arrested. 
• 11:13 p.m. — A deputy responded to a Clyde Park residence on a domestic violence call. A man was arrested on two misdemeanor charges of partner or family member assault.
 
Feb. 16
• 3:59 a.m. — In connection with a separate motor vehicle accident that occurred on Feb. 9, which was believed to possibly involve narcotics, Montana Highway Patrol requested the PCSO canine unit to do an “area search” for drugs in the vicinity of Interstate 90 milepost 350 westbound west of Livingston. The dog did not alert to the presence of drugs.

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