Logbook for the week of March 11-17

Enterprise Staff

From Livingston Police Department and Park County Sheriff’s Office reports:

March 17

• 8:34 a.m. — Juvenile tobacco possession was investigated at Sleeping Giant Middle School. 

March 15

• 2:32 p.m. — A male caller in Emigrant wanted to speak with a deputy about obtaining a restraining order against his ex-fiancée. 

March 14

• 4:11 p.m. — A caller from the 100 block of West Callender Street said a planter located in front of a business had been damaged, possibly the night before, and wanted the information on file. 

• 3:28 p.m. —  Unable to locate a parent, an officer gave a student a ride home from the Park High School Learning Center.

• 3:05 p.m. — A caller reported a semitrailer “all over the road” at approximately mile marker 328 eastbound on Interstate 90. A deputy and a Montana Highway Patrol officer responded, with MHP taking over. It was not clear in Park County Sheriff’s Office records whether MHP made contact with the driver. 

 • 12:11 p.m. —  A woman called 911 from TJ’s Gas N Convenience, didn’t say much, then hung up. She was already gone when officers responded. 

• 11:10 a.m. —  A female who had been asked to leave the Murray Hotel mezzanine area the previous night returned. By the time officers arrived, she was off the property. 

• 10:02 a.m. — A caller from the 2400 block of U.S. Highway 89 South reported a phone call from a scammer claiming to be with the IRS.  

• 9:59 a.m. —  A caller in the 100 block of Blue Heron Drive believed she had received a call from a scammer claiming to be from Medicare. The caller requested a phone call from an officer, who advised her to contact her bank and credit card agencies. 

• 9:57 a.m. — A caller on Aspen Lane reported a female was harassing him and his family and wanted information about a restraining order.  

• 7:45 a.m. — A vehicle was reported tipped up on its roof in the ditch off Mountain Brook Road. The male driver reported a second accident, but officers were unable to locate it. 

• 2:58 a.m. — A motion sensor alarm went off at Stafford Animal Shelter. The responding deputy found all the doors and windows secure, but in peering through the window, saw three cats outside their cages inside the facility. 

March 13

• 9:42 p.m. — A man in the 400 block of North Ninth Street reported his ex-girlfriend arrived at his house to pick up some belongings, and then ran away. He requested an officer check on her welfare because she was not dressed appropriately for the weather. The woman was located and family members were contacted to come and pick her up. 

 • 6:34 a.m. — A male caller in the 100 block of South Seventh Street said he believed he was contacted by someone with whom he has a no-trespass order and requested extra patrol. 

• 5:57 p.m. — A caller from the Murray Hotel reported a female sleeping on a mezzanine couch and requested an officer assist with her leaving.  

• 5:03 p.m. — A local business, All Service Tire, reported a bad check.  

• 4:38 p.m. — A caller reported his wife’s purse had been stolen from the restroom at the Town Pump on Park Street South, but called back later to report it had not been stolen, just misplaced. 

• 9:47 a.m. — A caller on Willow Road reported that he believed someone had bleached and put sugar in the gas tank of his vehicle. A responding officer suggested the man speak with his parole officer to help determine if someone is harassing the man. 

March 12

 • 9:50 p.m.— A caller in the 700 block of East Lewis Street said there was a male at her house who was not supposed to be there. She asked him to leave, he refused, and he was gone before officers arrived. 

• 9:25 p.m. — A complainant in the 1200 block of Ridgeview Trail reported her neighbor’s dog had been barking for hours. The Animal Control officer was notified. 

• 4:54 p.m. — A caller in the 500 block of West Gallatin reported a male family member attempted to leave the house, and there was yelling and some throwing of things. An officer responded, spoke with the male, got everyone calmed down and the male was allowed to go.

 • 4:34 p.m. — Livingston HealthCare officials reported a 17-year-old male had been bitten by a gopher. 

• 2:14 p.m. —  A caller on Rock Creek Road near Emigrant reported a suspicious vehicle parked in front of a vacant vacation rental. The responding deputy found a male in the vehicle who said he used to live in the area and was trying to retrieve some property from the rental. His story checked out. 

• 2:07 a.m. — A male was found asleep in a Subaru in the Carter’s Bridge Fishing Access Site. No action was taken. 

• 1:28 a.m. — A caller reported a suspicious vehicle in the Shopko parking lot— an interior light was on in the vehicle, no one was around, and the vehicle lacked license plates. The vehicle looked as if someone might be living in it, but officers were unable to locate the owner. 

March 11

• 11:26 p.m. — A caller reported an adult female at Chico Hot Springs who appeared drunk getting into a blue Dodge Dakota with her boyfriend and three teenage females. The caller believed they were heading toward Livingston. A deputy patrolling both U.S. Highway 89 South and the East River Road was unable to locate the vehicle.

• 11:13 p.m. — A caller reported someone at the Town Pump south of town appeared to be lifting door handles of vehicles in the back parking lot. 

• 3:29 p.m. — The Super 8 Motel in Gardiner reported a male guest had broken the glass out of the main front door. A domestic disturbance in the parking lot, believed to involve the same male guest and a female, resulted in his arrest. He was taken to Livingston HealthCare with a cut sustained when police said he broke the door. 

• 11:38 a.m. — A Forest Service ranger who requested assistance with a camper illegally cutting firewood at a Pine Creek area campground called back to say he didn’t need assistance after all. 

• 10:36 a.m. — A man came into the police department to report fraudulent charges on one of his accounts, and the incident is under investigation. 

• 8:27 a.m. — A caller reported a storage unit near Spur Line appeared to have been broken into but was unsure if anything had been stolen.