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The Bozeman Police Department reports for Friday included the following:

• Officers warned an intoxicated bike rider who ran a red light and gave a them "traffic education lesson."

• A caller reported a bear was in a tree.

• Someone claimed a cat was stalking bunnies in a yard. He told animal control officers he believed the cat was a neighborhood pet. Officers advised him to rent a live trap from the Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter and set it up in the yard.

• A driver needed help getting the passenger side door of her car to close completely. An officer referred her to a parts store so she could replace missing screws in the door latch.

• A black bear was in someone's yard and its cub was up in a tree. The sow was huffing and puffing and charging in different directions to protect her cub, the caller said. The caller was concerned the sow would be aggressive if someone walked nearby. The cub left the tree and wandered into a park before Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks could respond.

• Officers responded to 141 calls.

The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office reports for Friday were not available.

The Gallatin County jail held 122 people Saturday.

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Helena Dore can be reached at or at 582-2628.