Logbook April 21-27

Enterprise Staff


Following is a selection of calls made to the Park County Sheriff’s Office and Livingston Police Department. 


April 27

• 5:05 p.m. — A Park County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to the Big Creek rest area on U.S. Highway 89 South in Paradise Valley to assist with a landing zone for a medical helicopter transporting a patient from Mammoth Hot Springs to Bozeman. The helicopter was eventually cancelled and the patient was transported by ambulance.

• 4:37 p.m. — A caller in the 100 block of South Main Street came in to speak with a Livingston Police Department officer about marijuana in the vicinity. 

 • 3:15 p.m. — A caller from the 100 block of South Ninth Street reported an individual seemed to be following her in a vehicle, and she wanted the information on file. 

• 12:20 p.m. — A caller on Old Yellowstone Trail wanted to talk to a deputy about a female friend who may be being harassed by her boyfriend.

• 11:39 a.m. — A caller who works at Washington School said her child was playing with her phone and accidentally dialed 911. There was no emergency at the school.  

• 11:22 a.m. — A caller on Billman Lane complained about loud music coming from a nearby residence. A PCSO deputy advised the caller that there are no noise ordinances in the county and suggested she talk to the landlord.


April 26

 • 8:26 p.m. — A caller on View Vista Drive reported to the PCSO an unruly teen not listening to her parents.  

• 6:27 p.m. —  A caller on Chicken Creek Lane reported that someone might be using drugs on their property and wanted to talk to a deputy. 

• 12:11 p.m. — A caller in the 200 block of West Park Street reported his car stolen. He said the keys were not in the car. An officer located the car a block away, still locked.

 • 11:31 a.m. — Officers responded to  possible “pocket dial” from Sleeping Giant Middle School. No emergency was reported.

• 7:15 a.m. — Employees of the Town Pump on East Park Street found a plastic bag that possibly contained drugs. Officers picked up the bag for disposal.  


April 25

• 11:08 p.m. — A male caller on South D Street reported he was in a fight with a female at his home. An officer found a verbal altercation, and no one was arrested. 

 • 10:15 p.m. —A male caller in Wilsall reported he was being attacked by a woman in his own home and that she had a knife. A deputy arrested the woman on a charge of partner or family member assault. 

• 9:12 p.m. — A deputy made contact with people parked at the Carter’s Bridge Fishing Access Site. They were pulled over to use their phone, and a deputy reminded them the site is day-use only.

• 5:54 p.m. — Staff at a Gardiner grocery store requested a no-trespass order against a woman — and her boyfriend —  who had been caught allegedly shoplifting in the store recently. A deputy served the order on the boyfriend, and gave him a copy of his girlfriend’s order, too.

• 3:17 p.m. — A caller who reached Bozeman Dispatch reported a possibly drunk driver getting into an Oldsmobile SUV with Park County plates at Walmart. The caller said the driver had nearly backed into them. PCSO and Montana Highway Patrol were advised to be on the lookout for the vehicle, which was presumed to be eastbound on Interstate 90.

• 12:27 p.m. — The Mainstreeter Thrift Store reported a juvenile shoplifter trying to steal a pair of tennis shoes, who was cited for shoplifting. 

• 9:47  a.m. — A caller reported that someone had thrown a number of nails on the ground of the drive-through lane at the Rx Coffee shop on East Park Street. 

 • 2:49 a.m. — A deputy checked out a suspicious vehicle reported parked at Mark’s In and Out, but it turned out the people in the car were waiting to meet their carpool.  


April 24

• 3:04 p.m. — A caller who had recently moved into a home on Bickford Lane reported, while doing work on the house, finding needles that might be related to drug use. He was advised by a deputy he could bring the needles to the PCSO for disposal. 

• 1:42 p.m. — A caller in the 300 block of East Clark Street reported his vehicle had been egged the night before and requested extra patrol in the area.

 • 9:08 a.m. —  MHP requested backup from the PCSO while MHP conducted a search of a vehicle. 

 • 4:42 a.m. — A Livingston Fire & Rescue ambulance was dispatched to a call to the Park County Detention Center where a 33-year-old male complained of stomach pain. 


April 23

• 6:14 p.m. — A caller from Helena complained that a family member in Park County was harassing her with abusive phone calls and texts. A deputy advised both parties to stop communicating with each other and suggested blocking each other’s phone numbers. 

• 5:50 p.m. — A caller requested extra patrol around the Shane Center, where a prom was being held. 

• 4:07 p.m. — An accident was reported on I-90 westbound at mile marker 334, east of Livingston’s east interchange. A four-door sedan with Montana plates had slid off the road, down an embankment and rolled over. Some non-life-threatening injuries were reported.

12:05 p.m. — A caller on South F Street reported that when he returned home from being out of town he noticed a .22 rifle was missing. LPD is investigating. 


 April 22

• 11:38 p.m. — A potential suspicious vehicle was reported on Industrial Park Drive, but the people in the vehicle turned out to have legitimate reasons to be where they were. 

• 9:08 p.m. — Juveniles in Wilsall called in thinking they saw a fire, but it was a burn barrel or a fire pit. 

• 7:19 p.m. — A caller in the 1300 block of West Crawford believed a male who kept driving by was looking at her car, was worried it might be a vandal, and requested extra patrol.

• 5:53 p.m. — High school students asked to purchase Adderall from another student. The drug investigation is ongoing with the PCSO. 

• 4:56 p.m. — A foreign visitor reported he had lost his visa. The PCSO reported the loss and filed an incident number, which would help him be able to re-enter his home country. 

• 2:55 p.m. — A caller on Deep Creek Bench Road reported phone scammers who called two days in a row, claiming that five criminal charges would be filed against her if she didn’t send money. She called the PCSO and did not send money. 

• 10:25 a.m. — A caller from the Yellowstone Truck Stop reported people possibly shoplifting, and said their vehicle might contain drugs and weapons. A deputy made contact with the people, who had not stolen anything, although the driver was driving on a suspended or revoked license. 

• 9:35 a.m. — A caller in the 100 block of South Main Street overheard a male and female arguing on the street. A LPD officer located the couple and advised them they should not be so loud. 

• 2:21 a.m. — A caller on Alder Lane reported that someone claiming to be a general in the Afghanistan army was asking them through Facebook to send emails and photographs to his son. He may have been looking for a wife for his son. A deputy suggested the caller cancel the Facebook account. 


April 21

• 7:51 p.m. — A caller reported there was a couch in the passing lane on I-90 westbound at mile marker 332, and there were two other pieces of furniture along the roadside. A deputy went out and moved the couch out of the road. 

• 5:56 p.m. — A juvenile in the 200 block of South H Street requested an officer standby while she retrieved property from her parents’ house.  

• 3:25 p.m. — A caller on Chicken Creek Road reported someone claiming to be from the IRS threatened to have warrants issued if they didn’t send money. The caller reported the phone numbers to the PCSO.