Friday, February 17, 2006

February 15, 2006

Two men had spilled gasoline and decided to burn it. They didn't want the gas in the drain.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

February 14, 2006

A man on West Koch Street was arrested for abandoning the U.S. Navy. He was taken to jail.

A man on West College Street told police a woman beat him. He would not go to the police station to file a report because he was intoxicated.

Six cows were on the frontage road.

A man told deputies someone broke into his residence on North 17th Avenue and stole a VCR and Nintendo Game Cube.

A couple on Norris Road told deputies the woman's former boyfriend threatened to come to their house and kill them. The couple decided to leave. After they got into their car, the former boyfriend arrived and kicked through the windows on the passenger's and driver's side. The former boyfriend then fled.

A woman returned to her home on Wheeler Mountain Way after being in Florida for five months. She found her house empty. The window on the back door was broken.

The Montana State University Police reports from Feb. 6 to Feb. 13 included the following:

The top of a fire extinguisher had been broken at Roskie Hall.

A bathroom stall was damaged in Roskie Hall.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

February 8th 2006

A man on West Main Street told police his friend whipped him with a stick, causing a small welt on his right hand.

Someone ripped a bumper off a vehicle on West Babcock Street. It was likely a hit-and-run crash.

A store downtown received a counterfeit bill.

Vandals scratched two cars on North Yellowstone Avenue.

A man told his stepson he planned to bomb Bozeman and America with nuclear warheads. The man was intoxicated. Officers spoke with him. He made no threats.

A woman on East Peach Street told police a man grabbed her butt. She wanted to file sexual assault charges.

A chimney fire started on Norris Road. Flames were shooting a foot above the chimney.

A man on Elk Spring Road threatened another man with a knife.

A man was driving carelessly on the frontage and Springhill roads. He was tired and had fallen asleep. He promised to get some rest.

Monday, February 06, 2006

February 2, 2006

A caller reported a strange light emitting from the Bridgers, thinking it may have been a distress signal. The light turned out to be from a weather instrument.