Police Reports

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January 6, 2019

A deputy could not locate a black GMC Yukon that was reportedly moving slowly, swerving and braking randomly on Lone Mountain Trail at around 10 a.m.

A skier was apologetic after accidentally dialing 911 from his pocket just before 1 p.m.

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December 31, 2018

The driver of a Nissan Armada was unsure of their exact location but called deputies to report that they’d run into a snowbank and needed assistance getting out at around 9:20 a.m. They were able to drive away after some digging out.

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December 24, 2018

Someone at the Yellowstone Club accidentally called 911 from their Apple Watch at 9 a.m. The SOS feature was then disabled so this issue would not reoccur. Similar issues via iPhones occurred at Big Sky Resort throughout the day.

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December 17, 2018

A Skywood Road homeowner confirmed with deputies at 8:15 a.m. that a burglar alarm was set off by their property manager, not a burglar. A number of other false burglar alarms sounded in Big Sky throughout the day.

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A deputy met with a woman on Aspen Leaf Drive just after midnight on Dec. 12. The woman wished to report that she had been punched in the face and pushed down by another woman. However, she did not have any marks or redness on her face, and two witnesses stated that she had not been knocked down.

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During a routine traffic stop on Nov. 30 at 8:30 a.m. a deputy noticed the smell of marijuana coming from a vehicle. The driver stated he was a medical marijuana cardholder, and told the deputy he had smoked marijuana the day before, but that he had none left.

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Two Skyline bus employees reported that a bus broke down on a blind corner in the westbound lane of Lone Mountain Trail near mile marker six at around 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 20. A tow service was requested and traffic safety cones were deployed. When a deputy responded he found the bus was left unattended.

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On Nov. 14 at around 6:30 p.m. a deputy located two vehicles that were involved in a road rage report in the Gallatin Canyon. Apparently the reporting party thought the other driver was driving too slow through the canyon. When the slow driver would not pull into a turnout, the caller decided to drive close to them and flash their headlights.

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On Nov. 8, a resident in the Looking Glass and Lone Walker Road area found strange red stickers on the rocks in front of their house. The plow driver for the area said they did not put them there, so the resident contacted law enforcement. It is unknown what the round red stickers are for.

November 5, 2018

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