The Bozeman Police Department reports for Monday included the following:
  • An officer helped a man who could not speak English use a pay phone so he could contact his family after the man flagged the officer down on North 19th Avenue.
  • A man was sitting behind some bushes near North Ninth Avenue eating beans out of can around noon.
  • Profanity was painted on a garage door on New Holland Drive.
  • A woman was warned for driving erratically after she dropped her cell phone and was attempting to retrieve it while traveling along Durston Road around 11 p.m.

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

  • Nobody was injured when the intoxicated driver of an SUV wrecked trying to go around a road closure gate in Hyalite Canyon around 4 a.m.
  • It appeared that a brown dog was stuck on the roof of a home on East Magnolia Drive. A window was open and no one was home.

The inmate population at the Gallatin County jail included the following:

  • The jail held 57 inmates.
  • An additional 10 inmates were being held in other jails.
  • Court Services had 280 people under its supervision.


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