The Bozeman Police Department reports for Tuesday included the following:
- A man who was throwing garbage into the creek behind a Main Street bar at 12:23 a.m. was arrested for several offenses.
- A man told officers that while he was at a Durston Road gas station at 1:29 a.m., a man approached him and asked for drugs.
- A parent wanted to talk to an officer about a "rebellious" daughter who was refusing to go to school.
- A caller complained about several homes on Gale Court that have "out of control" dandelions.
- A 20-year-old Bozeman man who tried stealing cleaning cloth, a knife, sunglasses and a hat from a Tschache Lane business was arrested for theft.
- Some juveniles were warned after they were found in a barn on vacant property on Babcock Street.
- An officer checked on an intoxicated man who was sitting in some grass on Seventh Avenue at 3:56 p.m. He said he’d be OK to walk home.
- Police responded to a report of harassment in progress. Upon speaking with the witnesses, it was found that the person who reported the harassment was actually the one causing problems.
- A caller wanted to talk to a sergeant because “one of his little (expletive) motorcycle pigs” gave him a ticket.
- Officers responded to 156 calls.
The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office reports for Tuesday included the following:
- Five or six pallets were stolen from Columbia Grain in Three Forks during the morning.
- Three BB gun-type holes were shot into a Dry Creek Road kitchen window.
- A 60-year-old man was injured when he was bucked from a horse.
- A couple wanted information about what they could do about a person in California who wrote them a bad check for a car.
- A deputy was flagged down by new cabin owners so they could introduce themselves.
- Deputies responded to 148 calls.
The Gallatin County jail held 137 inmates Wednesday.