Log book

Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls responded to by the Park County Sheriff’s Office during the past week. Livingston Police Department Chief Dale Johnson was not available at week’s end to provide information about LPD calls.  
March 23
• 3:44 p.m. — A caller near Six Mile Creek reported a suspicious vehicle that had been parked nearby overnight. A Park County Sheriff’s Office responded and determined the name of the owner of the vehicle. The deputy confirmed the vehicle’s owner was out horn hunting and had permission from a private landowner. 
• 8:25 p.m. — A deer versus vehicle accident was reported on Interstate 90 eastbound near mile maker 323. The vehicle sustained some damage, the deer was presumed dead, and Montana Highway Patrol was advised. 
March 24
• 11:19 a.m. — A county resident came to the sheriff’s office to speak with a deputy about a trespass report the resident had filed two years ago. 
• 7:14 p.m. — A caller on Billman Lane reported five teenagers in a vehicle stopped in front of her house, and reported they had left their vehicle and were sitting on a fence. A deputy responded to the location and was unable to locate any teens.
March 25
• 12:02 a.m.  — A vehicle was stopped in the 2200 block of West Park Street for speeding. The deputy could smell an alcoholic beverage coming from within the vehicle, and asked the driver to step out of the car to perform field sobriety maneuvers. The driver was cleared and neither detained or issued a citation. 
• 1:35 a.m. — A deputy made contact with three people parked at the bank in Clyde Park to access the ATM. The driver appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. A passenger who had not been drinking said she would take over the driving. 
• 2:01 a.m. — A deputy made a traffic stop near Fiddle Creek Road on U.S. Highway 89 North. The motorist was driving 82 mph in a 35 mph construction zone. The driver was unable to provide proof of insurance and was issued citations.   
• 9:39 a.m. — A Suce Creek resident called to report hearing the discharge of a fully automatic firearm, reporting four clips of 30 rounds each. The caller was not sure of the location or from which direction the sound was coming, but wanted the information on file. 
• 7:01 p.m. — A woman reported she had been shot with a BB gun and a firecracker. A deputy responded to the scene and found two juveniles nearby, one of whom admitted to shooting at dogs and the woman with an airsoft gun. The victim did not wish to press charges.  The deputy made contact with the juvenile’s parents who said they were going to handle the situation. 
• 8:58 p.m. — A caller reported a possibly drunk driver in a green Jeep with California plates, swerving all over the road and speeding and swerving when the caller tried to pass. The Jeep was headed eastbound on Interstate 90 at the 344 mile marker. A deputy was out of position to respond. Montana Highway Patrol and the Sweet Grass County Sheriff’s Office were advised for a possible interception. 
• 10:20 p.m. — A deputy saw a vehicle parked at the Carter’s Bridge Fishing Access Site, and checked to see if it was occupied. It was not. 
March 26
• 12:38 a.m.  — A deputy made a traffic stop on Pray Road for a stop sign violation and issued the driver a warning. 
• 1:01 a.m. — A county resident reported a neighbor’s house looked like it had been broken into. A deputy responded and it appeared that a burglary actually had taken place, and the matter is under investigation. 
• 4:31 p.m. — A caller in Gardiner reported buying a coffee grinder at a garage sale and came home to discover there was marijuana in the grinder. The caller requested that a deputy come and retrieve the drug. A deputy responded and determined the material in the grinder was seeds, not marijuana, but not marijuana seeds. The deputy disposed of the seeds.
• 9:35 p.m. — A caller reported an intoxicated woman came to his house and wanted her served with a no-trespass order. A second caller also reported the same female had approached their home with a beer in hand. A deputy made contact with the female. 
March 27
• 2:03 a.m. — A caller on Business Park Road reported a car with its headlights on had been parked nearby for 10-15 minutes, but had just driven away. A deputy patrolled the area, and all was well.