Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls answered by the Park County Sheriff’s Office recently. 
Aug. 11
• 8:25 a.m. — A caller off U.S. Highway 89 South reported individuals camped on a county road.  A Park County Sheriff’s Office deputy located the campers and told them to move on because camping along the road is against the law. • 3:55 p.m. — A deputy responded to a Park County business where an owner had originally intended to press charges against an employee for alleged theft, and then the employer subsequently decided not to press charges.  
Aug. 12
• 6:42 p.m. — A caller headed north on U.S. Highway 89 South reported a black Dodge automobile ran another vehicle off the road. The caller was ready to file a complaint, but no law enforcement officials were in the area to immediately search for the black Dodge. 
• 11:53 p.m. — A deputy made a traffic stop in Emigrant and subsequently arrested the driver for driving on a suspended or revoked license. En route to the Park County Detention Center, a bear ran out in front of the patrol car and was run over. The vehicle sustained some damage, and no one in the vehicle was injured. The bear died. The bear’s species was not noted in the dispatch report. 
Aug. 13
• 7:05 a.m. — A caller in Cooke City reported someone in a utility-type vehicle “doing circles” in the road kicking up rocks. The rocks apparently broke windows in two cars parked nearby. • 12:58  p.m. — A deputy was flagged down by an employee at Casey’s Corner Exxon on South Park Street to report a group of motorcycles had driven off without paying for fuel. But they returned and paid after all.
Aug. 15
• 3:15 p.m. — A caller on View Vista Road reported the outhouse at the Girl Scout Camp had been vandalized and the doors torn off their hinges. The caller believed the damage had taken place sometime between July 12 and Aug. 5. A deputy responded and took photos and wrote a report, and the matter is under investigation. 
Aug. 16
• 8:46 a.m. — A caller at a Bennett Street storage unit facility reported damage to one of the units. There were no immediate suspects. A deputy responded and took photographs, and the caller was going to review surveillance video. The matter is under investigation.