Monday, April 26, 2010

Sunday, April 26, 2010

A group of people were disturbing neighbors by screaming and banging pots and pans while cooking on Willson Avenue at 1 a.m. The party was shut down.

A large group consisting of at least a 100 people was hitting mailboxes, fighting, and being generally loud on 19th Avenue at 1:30 a.m. The residents of the house party were warned.

Small flames were seen coming from an unoccupied double-wide trailer on Yerger Drive around 3 a.m. The fire was extinguished.

A resident complained about unsightly vehicles that were legally parked in his neighborhood near Boylan Drive. He wanted officers to "check these people out."

A radar detector was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Villard Street.

A stolen vehicle was recovered on Coral Drive at 9 a.m. a block from the owner's house. The owner called back to report that there was a lot of property left in the vehicle that did not belong to him.

A caller reported someone had smashed the windows of his vehicle with rocks. He requested that officers take fingerprints off the rocks, and eventually stated he knew who had done the damage.

At 1 p.m. a caller reported her roommate threatened to sell her belongings because she owed money on rent. The roommate was warned not to take any of the caller's property, and the caller was encouraged to pay her rent.

A man traveling to Canada had questions about carrying a gun through Montana and the chances of storing it in the state.

A bicyclist was bitten by an unrestrained dog on Pondera Avenue at 5 p.m. The owner was located and faces charges for animal ordinance violations.

A caller had questions about what fines are for trespassing and how long he would spend in jail if he broke into a tow zone to get his car.

A driver who was reportedly driving down the wrong side of the road and driving "crazy" on Main Street was stopped and found to be not intoxicated.

At midnight a trucker reported an intoxicated man was laying down in the parking lot near a bakery on Highway 287.

A caller stated his dogs had been pepper sprayed by a female who was walking her own dog on River Rock Road at 7 a.m. The caller said the woman sprayed and yelled at his two dogs after they ran over to the woman and her dogs. The caller said the woman "completely overreacted" and that his dogs were not dangerous. Sheriff's deputies located the woman, spoke to her about spraying the dogs, and discovered that she had been involved in several prior unprovoked assaults on dogs.

At 8 a.m. a woman reported that someone left a toy truck near he son's room sometime during the night. She said that it was her son's birthday on Monday, but had no idea who left the toy and was sure someone had illegally entered her home.

A female stated that several months ago she turned a neighbor in for animal cruelty, and now believes the neighbor is retaliating by placing two large piles of confetti near the road so when the wind blows the confetti scatters all over her lawn.

At 8 p.m. a caller wanted to speak with detectives about drug problems between Wyoming and Montana. He was concerned about drugs in Gallatin County.