Log book

Enterprise Staff
Here is a selection of calls responded to recently by the Park County Sheriff’s Office and the Livingston Police Department. 
Dec. 1
• 7:45 a.m. — A caller reported a driver in a white sedan in the vicinity of North D and East Park Street driving erratically, swerving and almost hitting an oncoming vehicle. Livingston Police Department officers located the vehicle. The driver appeared normal, but reported taking sleeping pills the previous night. The driver was issued a warning.
• 8:48 a.m. — A caller reported being unable to reach Livingston HealthCare by phone. The hospital’s front desk was contacted, but there was no apparent phone issue discovered. 
• 10:44 a.m. — A caller in the 100 block of North E Street reported a truck parked in front of her house leaking diesel from its fuel tanks. The caller contacted Livingston Fire and Rescue, and the Montana Department of Environmental Quality was contacted. 
• 10:51a.m. — A caller reported evidence that someone may have gained entry to a North Main Street office, but later said errant candy wrappers discovered in the conference room may have been left by painters who had been recently on scene. 
• 12:08 p.m. — A Gardiner motel reported to the Park County Sheriff’s Office an ongoing problem of a male trespasser. A deputy spoke to the man and told him if he refused to leave, the deputy would have to arrest him. The man refused to leave, and he was arrested.
• 10:21 p..m. — A caller on North L Street in Livingston reported a vehicle stolen. LPD officers located it later and had it towed. The owner was contacted, and the matter is under investigation. 
Dec. 2
• 1:20 a.m. — LPD officers, in the vicinity of West Park and North Third Street, came upon people unloading items into the house, who said they were moving. 
• 4:13 p.m. — A caller reported two vehicles, a four-wheeler and SUV, driving all over the Mallard’s Rest Fishing Access Area, including below the high water mark. The matter was referred to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. 
• 5:42 p.m. — A caller reported a dead deer — believed to have been shot illegally — off  View Vista Drive and requested someone come pick it up. PCSO left several messages with the local FWP game warden. 
Dec. 3
• 9:25 a.m.  — An official with Sleeping Giant Middle School requested a welfare check on a student who was not in school.
• 11:11 p.m. — LPD officers made a traffic stop in the 5700 block of U.S. Highway 89 South and subsequently arrested an individual wanted for outstanding warrants in Gallatin County.
Dec. 4
• 12:12 p.m. — LPD officers responded to a two-vehicle accident near the intersection of East Clark and South D Streets. No one was injured, and a driver was issued a citation.
• 3:38 p.m. — A PCSO deputy assisted with an ongoing civil issue in the Clyde Park area.  
Dec. 5
• 9:27 a.m. — A PCSO officer assisted with an ongoing child custody issue near Emigrant. 
• 11:34 a.m. — LPD officers assisted at an East Park Street motel. Motel staff contacted the police after a “barrage” of people began entering and leaving a room rented to a couple. Police said someone went into a nearby room and tried to stay there without paying. Officers took one person into custody. 
• 1:16 p.m. — A caller reported seeing a white F-150 pickup truck with Colorado plates take a beer out of a cooler and then get in line at the McDonald’s drive-through. The caller was concerned the driver might be driving under the influence. LPD officers located the truck, spoke with the  driver,  and reported no sign of impairment or odor of alcohol. 
• 9:15 p.m. — A caller in the 1000 block of West Cambridge Street reported two to three suspicious-acting men in a green vehicle. LPD officers located a vehicle matching the description provided, and one of the men was arrested on an outstanding warrant. 
• 10:33 p.m. — Livingston HealthCare staff requested assistance with an out of control patient. LPD officers responded, and the patient calmed down. 
Dec. 6
• 7:50 a.m. — An LPD officer reported a large plastic dumpster in the Sacajawea Park lagoon and informed the city garbage crew.
• 9:51 am. — A caller on South Main Street reported receiving a possible scammer call from a man who asked for some information and said he would be coming by with documents to sign. The reporting party did not give any information, but wanted to talk to an officer. The caller was advised to contact her credit card companies as a precautionary measure and to call the police if more calls were received. 
• 1:23 p.m. — A PCSO official met with Gardiner School officials over various school policies and programs including revision to the lockdown drill and active shooter procedures. 
Dec. 7
• 1:16 a.m. — Officers on patrol on South Main Street noticed a fight in front of a bar and stopped to investigate. Two men said they were just arguing, and they agreed to go home for the night.  
• 6:59 a.m. — A motorist on Old Yellowstone Trail north of Gardiner reported hitting a deer. A nearby deputy stopped and provided the driver with accident forms to fill out.