The Bozeman Police Department reports for Thursday included the following:

• A man wanted the Chronicle to write an article about people dumping furniture in front of his house. The man wanted input from law enforcement first. The man was advised to contact code compliance.

• A man was running down the middle of a road.

• A caller complained about a camper being used as a home. An officer went by the area twice and saw no camper.

• A caller reported being concerned with a radio station soliciting information on how to dispose of a spouse.

• An officer warned someone for not having a chicken permit. The person was also advised the area was not zoned for turkeys.

• Officers responded to 193 calls.

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

• An older man was sitting on the edge of a road. The man said he was taking a break.

• A woman found drug paraphernalia while jogging.

• A man was acting suspicious and peeing in public.

• A man was very angry and threatened to file a lawsuit. The man wouldn’t give his real name but said he had new evidence.

• An aggressive moose was in a residential area.

• Deputies responded to 159 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 155 inmates Friday.


Freddy Monares covers politics and county government for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.