Wednesday, August 31, 2005

August 30, 2005

A group of intoxicated men jumped across the counter in a downtown bar and stole bottles of liquor. Police responded and found the men down the street. One man was cited for disorderly conduct.

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

August 29, 2005

A deputy observed an erratic driver on Huffine Lane. The man was trying to open an ice cream bar while driving.

Sunday, August 28, 2005

August 26, 2005

Employees at a store on South 23rd Avenue reported that a woman was riding around on an electric cart in the store and tried to fight with employees when asked to leave.

A store owner on North Seventh Avenue advised that a man was urinating on the soda machines outside the business.

Deputies took a report of someone hanging eggs on fishing line from power cables over Fowler Lane.

Friday, August 26, 2005

August 25, 2005

A female reported a man kept calling her and didn't speak English.

Thursday, August 25, 2005

August 23, 2005

A person reported having a plugged toilet on Landoe Avenue. The person was provided with contact numbers for two plumbers.

Juveniles were cited for riding bikes in the skate park.

Police responded to threats being made to animals on West Koch Street. A woman who attempted to destroy a marijuana bong was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.

People were throwing eggs from a roof at cars on East Main Street. Nobody was injured.

A deputy responded to a report of loud screaming outside a home on Springhill Road. A child was outside trying to scare his parents.

Monday, August 22, 2005

August 20, 2005

A man was making a right turn near North Seventh and West Main Street when a CD on his dash slid off. He took his hands off the wheel to catch the CD and then ran into a street sign.

A report was made of a 10-year-old boy crossing the street in a large box near East Mendenhall Street and Tracy Avenue. Officers responding found no trace of either the box or the boy.

A minor was arrested on charges of criminal endangerment and minor in possession after throwing rocks at passing cars on I-90 near mile marker 316.

Deputies assisted Transportation Security Administration workers at the Gallatin Field Airport with a man found to have fireworks in his coat.

Deputies again assisted Transportation Security Administration workers with a woman found to have two kitchen knives in her bag.

Monday, August 15, 2005

August 13, 2005

A man on Boot Hill Court was warned for shooting gophers in city limits.

Saturday, August 13, 2005

August 12, 2005

Officers checked on the welfare of a male along South Montana Avenue, during which the man became belligerent and threatened officers.

A caller reported a badger at large on West Lamme Street.

Officers warned a suspicious male near a pond on Huffine Lane to stop giving flowers to young girls.

Deputies escorted a disorderly male from an airplane at Gallatin Field airport.

Officers took a report of two males selling stereo equipment out of a van on Gallatin Road.

Friday, August 12, 2005

August 11, 2005

A caller told police Wednesday that her son was in Bozeman last week for a baseball tournament. She said players from an opposing team entered his hotel room when he wasn't there and urinated in a bottle, which he later drank.

Thursday, August 11, 2005

August 10, 2005

A caller told police Tuesday that a man was pointing a gun at people on West College Street. The man was actually holding barbecue tongs, yelling at people.

Monday, August 08, 2005

August 7, 2005

Deputies took a report of a stolen weather vane and moose silhouette from a Foster Lane home.

Thursday, August 04, 2005

August 3, 2005

A frontage road man asked deputies if he could shoot a dog chasing a cat in the area.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

August 2, 2005

Men were banging on a West Main Street business door with sticks, a caller reported Monday.

A woman walked into her Lasso Avenue neighbor's house Monday and turned off her music. She was cited for criminal trespass.

A Harper Puckett Road man was warned Monday that if his dog kept chasing livestock it would be destroyed.