Logbook April 29-May 4

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


May 4

• 5:49 a.m. — A caller in the 400 block of South 12th Street reported a vehicle driving past his house several times. He asked the driver if he could help him, and the driver said no and left. The caller requested extra patrol of the neighborhood.

• 12:04 a.m. — A caller from the Yellowstone Truck Stop reported that a female who appeared intoxicated had just left, gotten in a vehicle, and headed toward town. The caller soon called back and reported the woman had returned and was now headed toward the interstate. The Park County Sheriff’s Office was contacted, but was unable to locate the vehicle. 


May 3

• 10:38 p.m. — A caller on Loves Lane reported they had received a couple of phone calls from someone asking to speak to Stanley, but no one named Stanley was known to the caller. The caller said the phone calls were “weird and concerning,” and wanted the police to know in case something happens. 

• 10:25 p.m. — A caller in the 400 block of North C Street reported a vehicle nearby blasting loud music, and that it had been going on for a while. An officer responded, but was unable to locate the source of the loud music. 

• 7:07 p.m. — A woman in the 100 block of Altair Drive reported she was receiving harrassing phone calls and texts from another woman, which mentioned vandalism. The caller reported her car had some signs of vandalism from the previous night.  

• 1:55 p.m. — A Park County Sheriff’s Office deputy, assisting the U.S. Forest Service, made contact with someone illegally camping at the Cedar Creek Trailhead north of Gardiner. The deputy asked the camper to leave and gave him directions to the Eagle Creek campground.

• 12:34 p.m. — A caller from East Side Elementary School reported someone had gotten a superficial dog bite on the hand from a small dog. The individual may have put a hand through a hole in the fence surrounding the dog. The Animal Control Officer was contacted.

• 12:23 p.m. — A caller in the 200 block of West Park Street reported his vehicle was entered the previous night, and some items were missing. The incident is under investigation.

• 1:37 a.m. — A PCSO deputy saw a vehicle parked at the Emigrant Fishing Access Site, made contact with the occupants who were just talking and on their way to Chico Hot Springs.

• 1:28 a.m. — A deputy saw a vehicle at the Carter’s Bridge FAS occupied by people who were asleep, and decided not to disturb them.


May 2

 • 9:47 p.m. A caller in the 300 block of North Second Street reported a possibly intoxicated man in the alley yelling and swearing who jumped in a vehicle and was headed toward the underpass. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.   

• 9:13 p.m. — A male in the Office Lounge was trying to start a fight, and he was asked to leave, but refused. The proprietor requested a no-trespass order against the man. 

• 7:43 p.m. — A caller from Casey’s Corner gas station on Park Street South reported a man who said his car was broken down bought a gas can and asked to have a gas pump turned on, filled the can, and left without paying. Police were unable to locate the man. 

 • 6:23 a.m. — Dispatchers could hear conversation on an open line from the 800 block of Pleiades Place, and when they tried to call back, did not get a response. When a second call came in, officers responded, and the calls proved to be accidental misdials. 

• 5:28 p.m. — A caller from Town & Country Foods reported they believed someone had tried to drill out the key locks on a newspaper machine, and asked for an officer to respond. 

• 2:28 p.m. — A camper at Mallard’s Rest and her dog required assistance. The woman had previously been camped illegally at the Carter’s Bridge Fishing Access Site. 

• 11:58 a.m. — A caller on Sunset Drive reported that a juvenile was possibly being assaulted by his adult brother. Deputies responded and the man was arrested for partner/family member assault. 

• 9:38 a.m. — A local shop owner reported he believed the building’s maintenance man had taken ceiling tiles from the shop, but had returned them before the police were called, and just wanted the information on file.  


May 1

• 8:58 p.m. — A caller on Avalon Court said a man in his house was acting strangely and wanted a deputy to respond. The deputy found no sign of disturbance, but arrested a woman in the house on outstanding warrant, and an investigation is ongoing. 

 • 3:45 p.m. — A caller reported three horses on Grannis Road, and it appeared like one had a broken leg. A deputy contacted the owner who said the horse had once been snakebit and the leg looked bad, but all three horses were well cared for and not being neglected. 

• 1:08 p.m. — A caller in the 700 block of West Front Street reported she was calling from inside a bedroom closet in the home, holding a baby, stating the parents of the child were physically fighting over custody of the child. Police officers arrived, but found nothing criminal had occurred.

• 4:33 a.m. — A caller in the 400 block of South 10th Street reported his motorcycle had been stolen, and the matter is under investigation.  

• 1:45 a.m. — A police officer requested assistance on West Park Street near Fifth Street, with arresting an individual who was wanted for an outstanding warrant.


April 30

• 6:09 p.m. — A Gardiner business owner in the 200 block of Main Street called in a theft, stating that an employee had shown up for work allegedly intoxicated. She was asked to leave, and the caller alleged she had taken money as she left. Later, the money was located, and the caller told the responding deputy they did not wish to press charges. 

• 11:46 a.m. — A caller on Pack Saddle Road reported trespassers in the form of cross-country ski tracks seen near a remote cabin. A deputy located the skiers, who said they had gotten off trail by accident.

• 11:12 a.m. — A caller in the 300 block of South Sixth Street reported that a possibly homeless person had been using the area in the alley near her garage as a toilet. She just wanted the information on file. 

 • 8:30 a.m. — A caller asked to speak to a police officer concerning threats she said her daughter had received in school at St. Mary’s. She was pulling her daughter out of school and asked for an officer to do a civil standby as she retrieved her child’s belongings from the school. 


April 29

• 9:26  p.m. — A caller from near the Miles Park baseball fields said his son’s Confederate flag had been stolen from his vehicle. 

• 7:53 p.m. — A caller in the 600 block of Robin Lane reported witnessing a neighbor kicking his dog and didn’t believe the man should own a dog. The caller wished to remain anonymous. The city’s animal control officer was contacted for a possible investigation. 

• 5:28 p.m. — The Yellowstone National Park Communications Center requested a deputy check up on a Forest Service law enforcement officer who was not answering the radio. He shortly thereafter called in and was fine.

• 4:12 p.m. — A deputy was called to investigate a possible theft of a phone card number from one Park County Detention Center inmate by another. The victim did not want to press charges, but the situation was documented. 

• 2:34 p.m. — A caller in the 300 block of South K Street, calling from within a locked bedroom in her home,  said her adult daughter was causing problems. An officer responded and escorted the daughter off the property.