Monday, May 24, 2010

Saturday, May 15, 2010

At midnight, a man was warned for having an open container of alcohol and was told to take his glass back to the Eagle's Club.

A woman called the police and stated her cousin did not want to leave the bar at 1:45 a.m. The woman was informed there is nothing the police could do because her cousin is an adult.

A resident on Main Street called police at 2:15 a.m. and reported they could smell the marijuana plants growing in their neighbor's house from the parking lot.

A man was warned for camping on city property.

A driver was stopped for making a left turn from the wrong lane and was found to be from Mexico and did not have a driver's license. The driver was asked to park the car, was cited and released.

Men were warned for pushing each other into traffic on Main Street at 2:15 a.m.

Just before 3 a.m., a man was stopped who matched the description of someone the police were looking for. It turned out that he was not who they were looking for.

An adult male was given a warning for hosting a loud party, during which oldies music was played, at 5 a.m.

A subject reported that the March of Dimes Walk-a-Thon event in Bogert Park was too loud. She insisted officers go there and tell them to turn the music down.

A job site trailer parked on Flanders Creek Avenue was filled with "a bunch of junk." The owner of the "junk" left their name and information. The owner of the trailer wanted the person charged and wanted them to come and get the junk.

A large man was reportedly attacking people on Olive Street at 7:30 p.m. He went into an apartment building where he threw cans and wine in a tenant's face before getting kicked out by the landlord.

An officer assisted a woman with questions about how to proceed with a complaint against an Idaho sheriff's deputy for unprofessional service.

At midnight, deputies stopped a vehicle on Norris Road possibly involved in unlawful transactions with minors. After a brief investigation the involved individual was warned and released.

A window was broken and a safe was stolen from somewhere in Big Sky sometime during the night.

A caller complained that a person on Valley Drive routinely plays Frisbee with his dog in the roadway and gets upset when vehicles try to drive by.

A woman said she witnessed someone stealing money out of her wallet so she jumped on the side of a man's truck as he took off. She believed he was trying to kill her. The man stated he needed to steal from her because he "owed people lots of money."

A large group of adults were shooting high powered rifles into the water off of Highway 287 at 8 p.m. They were found to be camping and were warned about gun safety.

A manager of the Big Sky Conoco stated that the night shift worker was a little worried since the break-in that occurred the night before. He asked for more close patrols.