Saturday, April 24, 2010

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Officers checking local businesses on Kagy Boulevard just after midnight found one unlocked door, which they were able to lock.

At 1:59 a.m., police checked on a man in a downtown parking lot. He was looking at pornography on a laptop.

A drunken woman who fell off her bike in the middle of West Babcock Street was warned at 2:08 a.m.

A woman asked police if she could use OnStar to locate a stolen vehicle. Then she found out the vehicle didn't have OnStar.

A woman said her girlfriend was throwing all of the woman's stuff onto the lawn. Police separated the two, and the woman agreed to return later to get her belongings.

A woman told police her neighbor had said it was OK to have a dog off the leash at the East Gallatin Recreation Area. It was not. She was ticketed.

A woman said her landlord's cows were damaging her car. When she called the landlord, a man told her the landlord had moved to Texas, then hung up.

An oil barrel blew up, injuring one man, in Big Sky.

A 15-year-old boy was home alone and reported a burglar was upstairs. No intruders were found by law enforcement.

A man followed some children home from school and saw where the hide-a-key was kept, the children's father reported.