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The Bozeman Police Department reports for Friday included the following:

• A man was kicked out of a bar after he threatened someone with brass knuckles.

• A sow and her two cubs were browsing through someone's trash.

• An officer stopped a man who was carrying a traffic cone. The man put the cone back and was warned for theft.

• A caller said four dogs in different households were barking nonstop and she believed they were communicating with one another.

• Someone reported they'd bought gold jewelry from someone and it turned out to be fake.

• Someone wanted to know how to make house parties in Bozeman legal so they wouldn't get shut down due to noise complaints.

• A caller wanted to know whether people in Bozeman are allowed to keep goats, as their neighbor had over eight goats and "they are loud." Animal control officers told the caller that people in the city are allowed to keep two goats per 2.5 acres. The caller believed there were too many goats for the acreage of their neighbor's plot.

• A caller reported that some people were selling meat in a parking lot, and he felt they were overcharging for it. The caller said it was shady business.

• Officers responded to 161 calls.

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

The Gallatin County jail held 121 people Saturday.

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