Friday, September 30, 2005

September 30, 2005

A man was warned for drinking wine while walking down the middle of Babcock Street.

A wallet and other items were stolen from a locked locker at an athletic club.

A man told police he was knocked off his bike, punched and kicked in the head while riding home from a bar Tuesday morning.

Two people were afraid a person followed them from a different state and wanted to harm them.

A person on South 10th Avenue complained about skateboarders in the street.

A burglar was unsuccessful at trying to break into a business on South Grand Avenue.

Thursday, September 29, 2005

September 29, 2005

A male passed out in a driveway on South 16th Avenue. He was arrested on a warrant.

Officers heard two intoxicated men arguing. They told officers they were trying to figure out how to get home because someone took the car keys. The men decided to walk.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

September 28th 2005

A man was running behind the Law and Justice Center. Police stopped him and found out he was just jogging.

A person on North 17th Avenue told police there was an unsightly camper parked in a neighbor's yard.

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

September 26th 2005

A woman wanted to report a can of soda stolen from her house.

Monday, September 26, 2005

September 24th 2005

A caller on Clear Springs Road reported a bowhunter on private land. The caller was then informed that the land was public after all.

Sunday, September 25, 2005

September 23, 2005

A resident of West Koch Street reported a television stolen.

A man told officers that another man has been stalking him off and on for several months.

Officers assisted an MSU student doing a movie about police officers.

A Valley Drive caller reported finding a strange piece of rope tied to a fence in his pasture. The caller had no idea how the rope got there.

Friday, September 23, 2005

September 22, 2005

A woman told deputies someone was sending letters to her about her landscaping. No crime had been committed.

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

September 14th 2005

A man told police the FBI had planted devices in his home and car to frame him for a crime. He told police to listen to the voices threatening him. The officer didn't hear anything. The man said he was going to sleep somewhere else for the night.

Monday, September 12, 2005

September 11, 2005

An intoxicated teen was trying to get inside the wrong house. He lived across the street. He was cited for underage drinking and delivered to his mother.

A woman told deputies someone entered her home through the floor and wrote on her furniture with invisible ink. The woman said she had pictures. The woman's husband told deputies he thinks his wife is crazy. A deputy planned on visiting the home.

Saturday, September 10, 2005

September 9, 2005

A bartender downtown told police some males were about to fight. The men were warned.

A man attempted to get into a business on West Main Street that had been opened for the janitors. Someone pulled the door away from the suspect and locked it. The man kicked the door and left.

A male was cited for directing abusive and vulgar language at a convenience store clerk. He was warned and told not to return to the store.

A person received an envelope with white powder in it.

There was a dead cat in the middle of West Kagy Avenue.

An adult male living in a disabled vehicle parked on South Eighth Avenue was told to move in with a friend and fix his vehicle. It is illegal to live in an automobile.

A man told a deputy another person committed perjury.

A person woke up while two people were going through a vehicle parked along Meadowlark Drive. He scared the suspects and attempted to catch them. They got away.

A woman called the Gallatin Field airport tower and threatened to shoot at two helicopters flying over her home.

A deputy stopped a vehicle that had been driving the wrong way down Interstate 90 earlier in the day. The driver said he was tired and trying to find a rest area. The deputy escorted him to a hotel and told him not to drive until the morning.

A woman told deputies a police officer in Colorado called her because her old license plates were found on a stolen vehicle in Denver. The woman threw her plates away last year.

Friday, September 09, 2005

September 8, 2005

A city-owned dumpster on North Tracy Avenue rolled into a parked car.

There was a fight in the middle of North 18th Avenue. It was possibly over road rage. The drivers got in their vehicles and left the scene.

A man told police he saw kids spray paint the side of a building on South Black Avenue. The suspects were dressed like they were going to a punk rock show.

A man struck another man with his head for hitting on his girlfriend. The suspect was cited for assault.

A person on North 19th Avenue was bit by a dog.

A man from Italy was trying to make a U-turn on North Seventh Avenue. He had no experience driving larger American vehicles. He was given some lessons.

Thursday, September 08, 2005

September 7, 2005

A person told police the neighbor's yard had lots of dog poop in it. The person wanted the poop cleaned up.

A couple got in an argument and started to push each other. The people were intoxicated and couldn't remember who started the fight. The couple agreed to go to sleep because nobody was sober enough to drive and finish their argument the next day when they're sober.

A woman who lives on Dogwood Drive told deputies there were six cows in her front yard.

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

September 6, 2005

Two small dogs got into a neighbor's yard along Magenta Road and harrassed the chickens. The chickens were shaken up. The dog owner was warned.

Monday, September 05, 2005

September 4, 2005

A loose dog eluded officers on Durston Road.

A woman was cited and released for drunken driving on Teton Avenue. The woman had been the designated driver.

Officers spoke with a woman drunk on mouthwash at a North Seventh Avenue store. The woman was removed from the store and advised not to drink mouthwash anymore.

Court services reported a man in their office had hidden illegal drugs in his anus. The man was arrested and held on bond.

Thursday, September 01, 2005

August 31, 2005

Three females told police three other females swore at them. The three females accused of yelling at the other females denied saying anything.

A father and daughter were fighting at a home on Graf Street. The daughter bit the father. She was cited for assault and released to her mother.

Two males in Elk Grove subdivision attempted to steal a road sign. The men were gone when deputies arrived. They were later contacted and told they would be responsible for any missing signs.

A woman told deputies she was drawn into an Internet scheme involving an individual from Nigeria. The woman ended the communication after the person asked for bank information.

A person reported seeing a male passed out in a vehicle at the I-90 Belgrade interchange. The male was not found.

A woman discovered her name and Social Security number on another person's power bill. The person left town and never paid a $1,100 bill. Deputies have a suspect.