Enterprise Staff
Following is a selection of calls made to the Park County Sheriff’s Office in the past week. Livingston Chief of Police Dale Johnson was not available to provide information on calls responded to by the Livingston Police Department. 
March 11
• 15:08 p.m. — Vehicles parked on Old Yellowstone Trail near the Yellowstone National Park boundary were blocking bison from moving on the road. Park County Sheriff’s Office deputies were contacted, but did not respond.
March 12
• 7:31 p.m. — A caller south of town reported possible slashed tires. An investigation is ongoing. 
• 11:49 p.m. — A deputy assisted a Livingston Police Department officer with an uncooperative female who had been arrrested. The deputy transported her to Livingston HealthCare.  
March 13
• 8:08 p.m. — A resident of Wineglass Loop reported a red heifer was out of its fencing and was working on retrieving the animal. The caller just wanted dispatch to know they were working on securing the animal in case anyone called to report the cow at large.  
March 14
• 12:38 p.m. — A county resident called to report a scam phone call. The scammer said they were with “the clearinghouse” and asked for information, including bank account numbers. The county resident did not release any information, but called Dispatch to alert others to the scam. 
• 1:01 p.m. — A caller reported a GMC Suburban driving erratically westbound on Interstate 90 near milepost 324. The driver was reportedly driving more than 75 mph and swerving back and forth. A deputy located the vehicle. The driver told the deputy they were attempting to find music on their iPhone while driving. The driver was issued a written warning for failure to maintain their lane.
• 10:55 p.m. — Two inmates were reported in a physical fight at the Park County Detention Center. 
March 16
• 2:40 a.m. — A deputy conducted foot patrol in Clyde Park. Foot patrols are reported as calls when the deputy leaves the vehicle. Foot patrols are often conducted to check businesses to make sure doors are locked.