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The Bozeman Police Department reports for Sunday included the following: 

  • A caller reported a man trying to smoke inside a business. 
  • An officer warned three people for riding scooters the wrong direction on a one-way street. 
  • A caller reported that an approximately 3-year-old boy had been alone and unable to find his parents for about half an hour. The caller reported that his parents found him before officers arrived. 
  • Someone accidentally dialed 911 while loading their groceries into their car. 
  • Officers responded to 103 calls. 

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

  • A woman reported that someone put dog poop on the door handles of her vehicle. 
  • A caller reported that a horse had tangled its legs with a fence near a gravel pit. By the time deputies had arrived the horse had untangled itself and appeared to be fine. 
  • Someone reported that a red pickup was parked in the middle of the street. Deputies arrived and learned that it had rolled out of someone's driveway. 
  • A caller told deputies that a group of four-wheelers driving fast in the street. They were concerned because there were children playing in the area. 
  • Deputies responded to 85 calls. 

The Gallatin County jail held 139 inmates Monday. 

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