The Bozeman Police Department reports for Wednesday included the following:

• An officer helped a man register a raft so he could put a motor on it.

• A woman’s dog killed a pigeon on a trail. She said she thought it needed to be cleaned up and asked if she would be fined.

• Someone wanted to know if leaving ads on doors was legal.

• A man locked his keys inside his car. He wanted to know what to do.

• An officer found drugs while training a police dog in the Law and Justice Center parking lot.

• Officers responded to 158 calls.

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

• A deputy controlled traffic for walk-to-school day.

• Multiple cars slid off an icy road.

• An officer spoke to a class about something made during the class that could be used for drugs.

• Garbage was on a road. A deputy spoke to the garbage owner who agreed to clean it up.

• A man said his ex-girlfriend stole his national parks pass. The woman said she would mail the pass back to him and that she didn’t take it on purpose.

• Deputies served a warrant on a man at the Law and Justice Center and ticketed him for having drugs.

• An aggressive bear was ripping apart a jeep.

• A caller reported their dog was stolen. The caller later found the dog at a neighbor’s house.

• Deputies responded to 122 calls.

The Gallatin County jail held 163 inmates Thursday.

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