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The Bozeman Police Department reports for Tuesday included the following:

• Someone accidentally dialed 911 while driving to a golf course. The person said they were just trying to make their tee time. 

• A woman complained a train was too loud. An officer told the woman that was part of living next to a railroad.

• Multiple cats were digging up a neighbor’s garden to leave “feces deposits.” A caller said it’s unknown where the cats live.

• A woman said an officer who helped her the prior night is the “most amazing human being.”

• Someone wanted officers to patrol an area for people “flying down” a road and “romping on it.”

• A caller reported a “dead smell.” The caller wanted someone to come and “sniff around.” Detectives were unable to smell anything suspicious.

• Officers responded to 148 calls.

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

• A deputy warned a driver for going 90 mph in a 75 mph zone. The deputy said the driver was apologetic.

• A caller reported a neighbor in Big Sky returned from Chicago recently and failed to quarantine for 14 days. A deputy advised the neighbor of the governor’s orders.

• A caller reported finding cellphone video of the caller’s son in a stolen Porsche. A deputy is trying to find the Porsche’s owner.

• A former employee reported a business was not practicing social distancing.

• A woman concerned about vaping in her neighborhood wanted to know what law enforcement was doing about it.

• Deputies responded to 108 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 118 inmates Wednesday.

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