The Bozeman Police Department reports for Wednesday included the following:

• A caller reported a large party inside and outside of a house.

• A drunk female tourist said she lost her friends and was lost. The woman’s friends found her and took her home.

• High school staff reported a boy driving recklessly as he left campus. Officers found the boy who admitted driving 35 mph in a 15 mph zone and that he wasn’t supposed to have that many kids in the car with him. An officer called the boy’s father.

• A man complained that a city worker was being disrespectful. The man said, “He stood in front of my vehicle like he owned the street and said you’re not driving down here — the road is closed.” Dispatch referred the man to city streets to file a complaint.

• Officers responded to 144 calls.

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

• A deputy removed rocks that fell off a hill onto a road.

• A caller wanted to know if a crash that happened last winter was reported to law enforcement. A deputy researched and found no call related to the described incident.

• Contractors at a construction site found two bone fragments while digging a trench. The remains appeared to be animal bones.

• A man wanted to know what to do with a friend’s gun left in his car. The man said he was getting ready to move out of state and was unable to contact the friend.

• Deputies responded to 133 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 164 inmates Thursday.


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