The Bozeman Police Department reports for Thursday included the following:

  • An officer gave a driver a ride to work at 5 a.m. after helping the driver push a disabled vehicle out of the intersection at Main Street and 19th Avenue.
  • Officers separated a woman and man after the woman threw a Christmas tree into the yard.
  • Someone made snowboarding ramps at an Ellis Street business sometime in the previous night.
  • Drivers in a Chevy Camaro, a Ford Mustang and another vehicle were spinning cookies in a Main Street parking lot at 12:20 p.m.
  • A woman who said she was in jail overnight reported that she couldn't find her driver's license. It was determined she had been released from jail nearly two months ago. Her license wasn't found.
  • A caller had questions about the legality of a film crew telling him that he can't park in his driveway on Saturday when they are trying to film.
  • Some people were warned for towing snowboarders behind a vehicle on White Oak Drive.
  • A man called to see if he could get his marijuana pipe back that was seized from a friend. He was told to talk to the city attorney's office.
  • A woman was cited for stealing licorice from a Main Street gas station.
  • An intoxicated man who passed out in his plate of food at a Main Street business said he thought he was in Spokane, Wash.
  • A caller whose pipes were frozen said she heard somewhere that the police department can help. The woman was told she would need to call a plumber.
  • A man who had been kicked out of an Aspen Street bar was stumbling around outside with a bottle of whiskey hanging out of his camouflage shorts.
  • Officers responded to 151 calls.

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

  • A woman said her friend won't stop texting her. She wanted a deputy to call the friend.
  • A semitrailer driving east on Interstate 90 lost its trailer. He turned around, came back to the trailer, hooked it up and was back on his way.
  • An elderly person driving a PT Cruiser was stopped and warned for cutting off a semitrailer on Interstate 90.
  • A hunter was seen pointing his rifle in an “unsafe” direction.
  • A deputy was flagged down by a man requesting to use his jumper cables. The deputy didn't have any.
  • Deputies responded to 133 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 149 inmates Friday.

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