The Bozeman Police Department reports for Tuesday included the following:

• A caller reported two men hanging around a bike with a flashlight. The men said they were replacing a flat tire.

• A man wrapped in caution tape was rolling on the ground. A caller requested someone check on the man.

• A man reported someone had his tools inside their home and were not giving them back. The man called back and said they were taunting him.

• A car owner was warned for driving fast in a neighborhood and revving his engine.

• Officers responded to 118 calls.

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

• In-line skaters were taking up a road and crashing.

• Kids took an ATV from a work site, drove it around the area and returned it. A caller said they left the keys in the ignition and drained the battery. The deputy advised if the kids are caught they could be charged with multiple crimes.

• A caller reported former employees living in employee housing. The caller wanted to know how to get them out.

• A man found his guns he reported missing earlier.

• Teenagers were flipping doughnuts and flying down Gooch Hill Road.

• Deputies met with a man who was the victim of a crash one year ago. The man wanted to meet the first responders who saved his life.

• A caller said their son was pulled over for not letting traffic pass. The caller said they have questions about this and would like to speak to a sergeant.

• Deputies responded to 118 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 173 inmates Wednesday.


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