The Bozeman Police Department reports for Tuesday included the following:

• An officer returned traffic signs to their original place.

• A caller complained about someone who uses a pressure washer to clean out a food truck into the street.

• At the request of a parent, an officer warned a kid for having marijuana.

• Officers were unable to find a fox that was in a cemetery.

• A caller reported people from a neighboring subdivision were using another subdivision’s pond. An officer referred the caller to a community resource officer.

• Officers responded to 184 calls.

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

• A caller reported neighbors burned a house full of asbestos and it got out of control.

• A pit bull and boxer were playing on Interstate 90. The dogs eventually ran off the interstate.

• A woman reported finding three totes with tools in her shed. The woman said she thought the items might have been stolen and stored there.

• A man reported some items went missing from his car after he drove it across a river and left it parked on the other side. He said the items might have washed down the river or someone stole them.

• A man flagged down a deputy, but refused to give any information.

• Deputies responded to 136 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 156 inmates Wednesday.

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