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The Bozeman Police Department reports for Monday included the following: 

  • A caller reported that a deer was in labor in her yard. 
  • A woman reported hearing people shouting through the walls of her apartment building. Officers found that a man got carried away playing Call of Duty and warned him for a noise disturbance. 
  • A man reported that he bought a piece of equipment for his vape and the store wouldn't let him return it. Officers told him that it was a civil issue. 
  • A man reported "constant coughing" coming from a neighboring apartment. Officers answered questions about COVID-19 and drug use. 
  • Officers responded to 147 calls. 

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

  • A caller reported mail scattered around the parking lot of a trailhead. 
  • A burglar alarm was set off by a construction crew that did not disable the sensor. Deputies contacted the owners. 
  • A caller reported a boat that appeared to be stuck near Firehole Ranch. Deputies weren't able to find any boats in the area. 
  • A woman requested a deputy take a report of a neighbor's lawn mower hitting her husband. Deputies responded. 
  • Deputies responded to 133 calls. 

The Gallatin County Jail held 132 inmates Tuesday. 

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Melissa Loveridge can be reached at or at (406) 582-2651.