Logbook April 8-14

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


April 14

• 7:17 a.m. — A caller reported that whenever they walk past an apartment on West Summit Street, a German shepherd goes crazy from inside an apartment. The caller is concerned it will get out and hurt someone. 

April 13

• 9:21 p.m. — A caller reported that a female patron of the Stockman Bar was causing a disturbance trying to start fights. Apparently she had punched someone in the head, but when a Livingston Police Department officer responded, no one wished to pursue criminal charges. The woman was asked to leave the premises, and she did. 

• 1:53 p.m. — A Livingston Police Department officer found a vehicle parked near Veterans Bridge, and advised the driver it was not a parking area. Turns out a “No parking” sign had been knocked down, and city crews were advised.

• 9:20 a.m. — A caller reported a dog at large near Subway on Centennial Drive. A Park County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded. The caller was unable to catch the dog, and the Animal Control officer was contacted. 

 • 7:09 a.m. — An employee at the Murray Hotel reported there was a male clad only in his underwear passed out on a couch. His girlfriend came downstairs, took him back to their room, and the request for law enforcement was canceled.  

April 12

• 7:50 p.m. — A caller in the 2000 block of River Drive reported to the LPD he had received a scam call from an individual claiming to be from DirecTV who asked the caller for bank information or else his service would be canceled. 

• 3:39 p.m. — A PCSO officer found that someone had moved a white camper-trailer into the Carter’s Bridge Fishing Access Site. There was no vehicle nearby and trash around the trailer. The case was forwarded to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.  

• 3:13 p.m. — A woman reported that she had either lost her checkbook or someone had stolen two checks out of it after she discovered in her account two checks she had not written. LPD is investigating.  

• 2:43 p.m. — A caller in the 500 block of North Second Street reported an elk head and antlers had been stolen from the back of his pickup truck overnight. The LPD is investigating. 

• 12:45 p.m. A caller south of Livingston reported firearms were missing. The case is under investigation by PCSO. 

• 9:10 a.m. — A caller in the 300 block of South K Street reported a family member, possibly under the influence of drugs, was banging on the back door. The caller wanted the individual off the property, and she left after she was told law enforcement had been called. 

• 8:34 a.m. — The Montana State University Police Department called LPD requesting information on a local offender known to both agencies. 

April 11

• 12:58 a.m. and 1:12 a.m. —  An LPD officer conducted a foot patrol in the vicinity of Radio Shack and Budget Host Parkway Motel. All was well. 

April 10 

• 8:27 p.m. — A PCSO deputy on foot patrol walked through Red’s Blue Goose Saloon in Gardiner. All was well.  

• 4:48 p.m. — A PCSO deputy checked on a vehicle on the side of the road with its flashers on about a mile north of Gardiner. The driver was having trouble keeping the car running. The deputy followed the vehicle to town to a repair shop.  

• 2:06 p.m. — A caller in the 400 block of South Ninth Street reported a generator stolen from the back of his pickup truck. LPD investigated. 

• 1:41 p.m. — A caller in the 400 block of South Seventh Street reported witnessing a female assaulting a male. An LPD officer responded and spoke with both parties, who agreed to separate for the remainder of the evening. 

• 12:16 p.m. — A reporting party in the 1300 block of U.S. Highway 10 called 911 stating he had run out of blood pressure medication and requested the at-home contact information of a local pharmacist. A PCSO deputy suggested he call his doctor or the hospital. The deputy provided the man with Livingston HealthCare’s phone number. 

• 10:47 a.m. — A man on Emigrant Bench Road reported his fiancée was threatening suicide and asked for the suicide prevention hotline phone number. A PCSO office responded to the location and was told the woman had threatened suicide “only to scare her fiancé” and was not planning to harm herself. Both parties refused assistance, and the deputy provided mental health services information. 

• 10:08 a.m. — A caller near Albertsons grocery store reported seeing a driver known to have a suspended driver’s license driving. An LPD officer was unable to locate the vehicle.  

• 8:46 a.m. — A caller at Park High School, concerned about a student’s mental health, requested LPD make a welfare check on a city residence. An officer spoke with the student’s mother and found that everything was OK.  

12:48 a.m. — A male caller from the 600 block of North 14th Street reported a woman was screaming at him, claiming he had gone through her purse, and that she was attempting to start a fight with him. Responding LPD officers gave her a ride to an alternate location. 

April 9 

• 9:54 p.m. — A caller on Buffalo Trail Road said a woman was “going crazy,” attempting to hurt others, and was possibly drunk. A PCSO deputy responded and found the woman being restrained by others, and she was arrested on an outstanding Montana Highway Patrol warrant. 

• 7:09 p.m. — A caller requested extra LPD patrols at the skate park because an individual was suspected to be buying cigarettes and “chew” for minors.

• 6:57 p.m. — A caller in the 100 block of South B Street reported the theft of a wrench from behind the building. LPD is investigating. 

• 4:51 p.m. — A caller in the 400 block of South Third Street reported a spare tire had been stolen from a vehicle. LPD is investigating. 

• 9:20 a.m. — Franzen-Davis Funeral Home requested assistance with traffic for a funeral procession on West Park Street. A PCSO deputy assisted with blocking traffic. 

• 7:04 a.m. — A caller at Town & Country Foods reported a man in their public restroom who might be impaired by drugs or alcohol, and wanted LPD officers to know.

• 1:23 a.m. — A woman in the 400 block of South G Street reported to the LPD she had been in a physical altercation with her boyfriend earlier and believed he had slashed her tires. She refused medical assistance. 

• 12:54 a.m. — A caller reported a male who appeared to be asleep in the alley in the 400 block of North Yellowstone Street. The caller said he went out to check on the man and had a hard time waking him. Before an LPD officer arrived, the man had left.

April 8

• 11:01 p.m. — a caller reported a possible drunk driver in a gray SUV with California plates crossing the center line and driving 40 mph on the interstate. The vehicle was later located by a PCSO deputy  on U.S. Highway 89 South near the Pop Stand. The occupants proved not to be drunk but foreign, just driving slow badly.

• 9:40 p.m. — A caller reported three minors in a silver SUV at Chico Hot Springs Resort headed toward Livingston, with a possibly drunk driver, believing one of the minors carried a fake ID. A PCSO deputy was not in position to respond immediately, but retrieved the fake ID at the resort and performed a walk-through while in the area. 

• 9:18 p.m. — LPD received numerous calls about fireworks being set off in the 1400 block of East Callender Street. The fireworks were being set off as a memorial for someone who had recently passed away. 

• 3:09 p.m. — Park High School officials requested an LPD officer to assist with a trespasser. The individual, believed to be a former student, was advised not to return to the school. 

• 1:30 p.m. — An LPD officer responded to Town & Country Foods, which had video surveillance of a shoplifting incident from several days prior.

• 11:42 a.m. A caller reported to PCSO the fraudulent use of his or her credit card, with more than $1,000 in charges. PCSO is investigating.  

• 10:41 a.m. —  A caller from Winans Elementary School requested LPD officers check on  a student who hadn’t been in school for several days, and the parents could not be reached. The officer went to the home and found the mother and child very ill, but otherwise OK.