The Bozeman Police Department reports for Monday included the following:

• A tenant threatened to kill someone if she was evicted. An officer warned the woman for making threatening statements.

• A caller reported a stray dog that looked like a massive wolf was headed toward Regional Park. An officer talked to a cyclist who saw the dog and said it looked like a coyote. The officer was unable to find the dog.

• Someone complained that a neighbor installed a security camera pointed at their hot tub.

• Skateboarders damaged concrete. The caller said this is an ongoing problem.

• Officers responded to 160 calls.

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

• A deputy reported a fight in a tavern parking lot. The deputy found that a man was arguing with a woman about him bothering her friend.

• A white wolf-like dog was headed east on Valley Center Road. A deputy was unable to find the dog.

• A truck with the word “prime” written on it was holding up traffic.

• A caller reported two high school-aged boys were passing around a blunt or a cigarette. A deputy spoke with the boys about smoking.

• A man reported his security camera caught a man pull up to his home in a green truck. The man called back and said it was his septic man.

• Someone spilled screws at an entrance to Interstate 90. A caller said he picked up most of the screws and swept the rest off the road.

• A rancher challenged a neighbor to a duel.

• Deputies responded to 131 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 166 inmates Tuesday.

Freddy Monares can be reached at or 406-582-2630. Follow him on Twitter @TGIFreddy.


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