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The Bozeman Police Department reports for Sunday included the following:

• An officer warned “known racers” for disorderly conduct and traffic violations.

• A caller reported a sewage manhole was open.

• Someone asked in an email if animal control will relocate snakes.

• A caller reported a small child with no parents. An officer found the parent. The man told officers he was unaware his son left their home.

• A man reported women threw liquid onto his car. The women denied throwing anything out their car’s window.

• Officers responded to 105 calls.

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

• Around 2 a.m., a caller reported more than 50 people at a house party. A deputy broke up the party and ensured people had sober rides home.

• Someone reported people setup cones on a road and were trying to “con people into stopping.”

• A caller reported contractor trucks parked on the side of the road made it hard for thru traffic.

• Dispatchers received a call about a family disturbance and heard a woman say she “is an American citizen and she can talk like this if she wants.” A deputy found the woman was a juvenile and was punished by an adult for cussing at them.

• A bear charged campers and was walking through a campsite. A deputy deployed rubber slugs on the bear after it refused to leave.

• Deputies responded to 123 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 147 inmates Monday.

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Freddy Monares can be reached at or at 406-582-2630.