The Bozeman Police Department reports for Monday included the following:

  • Officers helped an extremely intoxicated man who was trying to get himself onto a bike and to an address he didn’t know. He was given a ride to a friend’s house.
  • A transient was causing issues on Main Street. He was reportedly yelling at people, shoving his sign in people’s faces and trying to get money. He had a cellphone, a computer and a printer with him.
  • A school principal reported a vehicle that sped through a school zone.
  • A woman said her neighbor keeps calling in noise complaints on her, but she’s not the one making the noise. The woman was threatened with eviction.
  • A boy was warned for yelling and disturbing his neighbors at 10:30 p.m.
  • A hotel employee reported a scam where a caller would call rooms trying to get credit card information from guests.
  • A 21-year-old Bozeman man pulled over for having expired registration was arrested on two warrants.
  • Officers responded to 132 calls.

The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office reports for Monday included the following:

  • Some mailboxes on Norris Road were damaged and stolen.
  • A deputy spoke to a juvenile and the juvenile’s parents about some inappropriate emails on the juvenile’s iPod.
  • Someone lost a fly rod and reel at the Axtell Anceny fishing access over the weekend.
  • A caller had questions about a tenant who refuses to leave after being evicted.
  • Deputies responded to 91 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 100 inmates Tuesday.


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