The Bozeman Police Department reports for Sunday included the following:

• Someone abandoned a mouse at a park. A caller reported people drove up and left a box with the mouse inside it. Animal control removed an empty box from the park.

• A caller had questions about people riding scooters downtown.

• Someone had questions about gun restrictions in Montana.

• A caller reported an older man in shorts was yelling at people at a park. The caller said there was also someone in a bunny suit hopping around.

• Officers called parents of kids who were doing “burn-outs” at a parking garage. The parents said the kids would clean up the mess.

• A man reported accidentally making a bomb in front of a store. Officers found no bomb. The man thought licorice and soda were combustible when mixed.

• Officers responded to 145 calls.

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

• A man was passed out in his car at the Belgrade Taco Bell drive-through. A deputy found the man asleep in his car with loud music playing. The man was arrested for drunk driving.

• A caller reported a neighbor was burning stuff in a barrel. The caller was arguing with the neighbor when dispatch answered.

• People were trespassing on an island and building a fire. A caller said this was an ongoing issue.

• Deputies responded to 103 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 162 inmates Monday.

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