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The Bozeman Police Department reports for Tuesday included the following:

• Dispatch gave a caller the non-emergency number after the person reported a noisy car to 911 four times.

• A caller reported ducks being kept in a backyard.

• A man didn’t think the health department was doing enough about coronavirus. He said he sprayed iodine around downtown Bozeman the prior night.

• Someone was taking care of four ducklings whose mother was hit by a car. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks advised an officer to find another brood of the same species and release the ducklings. The officer said a mother duck appeared to adopt the ducklings.

• A caller wanted to complain about a patrol car that didn’t stop for a red light.

• A caller reported someone playing bass so loud the caller couldn’t hear his TV. The bass player told the man to “go ahead and waste the PD’s time.”

• Officers responded to 164 calls.

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

• Kids in a parking lot were asking people to buy them e-cigarettes.

• Two boys climbed a fence near Interstate 90 and were throwing rocks at cars, a caller reported.

• A man fishing in a ditch was trespassing and flipped off a caller.

• A caller reported a person walking on a road with a boom box was hitting stop signs and banging on things.

• Deputies responded to 88 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 109 inmates Wednesday.

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Freddy Monares can be reached at or at 406-582-2630.