Police Reports

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

Two adult women and a female juvenile were walking home in the West Fork at 11:20 p.m. when they heard animal noises and became fearful. The young girl was given a ride home while the two women continued the walk to their condo.

 

July 10, 2018

 

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

Two adult women and a female juvenile were walking home in the West Fork at 11:20 p.m. when they heard animal noises and became fearful. The young girl was given a ride home while the two women continued the walk to their condo.

 

July 10, 2018

 

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

A person working security at the Broken Spoke was cited for negligent endangerment after they were seen by a deputy lighting off fireworks on a crowded deck just after midnight. 

July 2, 2018

A carbon monoxide alarm sounded at the Moonlight Basin Golf Course at 2 a.m.

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

A caller on Chief Joseph Road was very upset about fireworks being set off in the area at 10 p.m. He said he would call every night it was happening until something was done about it. He also said he understands there is no ordinance prohibiting fireworks, but thought it was a nuisance nonetheless.

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

A deputy went to Firelight Meadows to investigate a possible domestic dispute at a unit there. It was determined the reporting party had overheard a scene from a TV show where a woman was assaulted by a man. It also was determined no domestic violence occurred in real life.

June 19, 2018

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

A deputy responded to an assault in progress on Gallatin Road at around noon. It was reported that a driver was being tailgated by another driver who “brandished” his pistol at him. The subject, who had a beard, was also passing in no passing zones and almost ran the reporting party off the road.

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

At 3:50 p.m., a deputy returned a phone call from a man who had said there was something “hissing at him” in his home. The man explained he was relaxing in in bed when he heard a hissing sound. At first, he thought he was hearing things, but when he yelled the animal hissed back at him from under his bed.

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

A mother called deputies to report her 28-year-old son’s Jeep was stuck in the mud on a Forest Service road. He considered staying with the vehicle or walking out, but a deputy came and picked up the man and his dog, giving them a ride to Big Sky at around 2 p.m.

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

A caller reported that, for the second time, a woman on a three-wheeled bike was causing problems on Gallatin Road. The caller said she had almost hit the biker. A deputy was unable to locate the tricyclist at that time. Later, while following up on the complaint, a deputy was able to locate the subject at the Exxon.

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