The Bozeman Police Department reports for Monday included the following:
- A man said that while he was packing, someone took a pistol out of his unlocked vehicle.
- Knives, sunglasses and a GPS were taken out of a vehicle some time over night.
- A man believed that he either lost his wallet or that it was stolen at a local bar.
- A red Ford Ranger rolled into a Cherry Drive home at 10:49 a.m.
- A caller was worried about two "suspicious" men who were sitting in a truck smoking on 16th Avenue at 10:52 a.m.
- An electric supply truck driver was contacted after an officer saw items fall from the driver's vehicle.
- A woman reported seeing a cat in the window of a vacant house on Willson Avenue. The home was checked but there were no signs of a cat.
- Officers responded to 165 calls.
The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office reports for Monday included the following:
- A caller wanted to talk to a deputy about getting evicted from an airplane hangar.
- On an accidental 911, the dispatcher could hear two men having a political discussion. One said, "(Expletive) Obama."
- Two large mules were out in a man's Valley Center Road cornfield.
- A caller complained about a dog that has been chasing her on her motorcycle on a daily basis.
- A burglar alarm at a Silverado Trail residence was triggered by a patio door that had been blown open by the wind.
- A man was warned because his dog escaped his fenced yard and made a road "virtually impassible" to a pedestrian.
- Deputies responded to 162 calls.
The Gallatin County jail held 135 inmates Tuesday.