Gallatin County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Travis Earl said the department’s plan is simple—to go straight into the school, find the active shooter and stop the threat as quickly as possible to keep the loss of life to a minimum.
I “moose-t” ask you to let me be
While assisting Montana Highway Patrol with a crash near Beehive Basin trailhead at 7 p.m. a deputy became stuck in the roadway and another vehicle slid into the squad car. A second trooper responded and conducted a report for the second crash.
March 6, 2018
A man said his Sitting Bull Road neighbor was disturbing his peace at night and in the early morning hours. A deputy attempted to contact the reportedly disorderly man at around 10 a.m., leaving a note. The man called deputies just before 6:30 p.m. asking why the note was on his door. He was advised about the noise complaint.
Firing muscle shots
Did you check there first?
Ski patrol and Big Sky Search and Rescue were deployed to find a 33-year old man who was reported missing from Big Sky Resort at 6 p.m. He was later located at his ex-girlfriend’s home in Bozeman. He was ok.
February 13, 2018
Get off my porch!
A caller in Gallatin Gateway said he “chased someone off his porch.” A deputy asked the caller what the person wanted and he said his “pot stash” before telling the deputy to “peace out” and hanging up.
February 2, 2018
Hide and seek, contractor style
Sometime over the weekend someone entered the garage of a Two Moons Road home, which is under construction. Tools were taken out of the garage and then placed on the toilet lid of a portable bathroom nearby, but nothing appeared to be stolen.
January 26, 2018
A party, but not at the Moon Tower
A group of six to seven people were seen blaring music from a car and setting off fireworks in a parking lot on Sitting Bull Road just after 1 a.m.
January 19, 2018
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Dude, where's my shoe?