Police Reports for Sept. 5, 2019 Sep 7, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save The Bozeman Police Department reports for Thursday included the following:There was a dead cat at an intersection. The caller wanted someone to know.A woman reported runners in the area may get hit by cars. Police will watch the area and speak with runners about any unsafe running.A man and woman got into a verbal argument over food on a plate from the previous night. After coming home from work, the man went into the bathroom for two hours. Because he didn't communicate with the woman, she became upset. Both people were shouting.Officers responded to 157 calls. The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office reports for Thursday included the following:Deputies investigated a cat shooting. A cat was shot with a bow and found with an arrow through it. The cat was rushed to an emergency vet and was euthanized.A deputy was given a wallet found on a bike trail. The deputy left a message with the wallet's owner.Deputies responded to a report of a bear trying to break into a home. Deputies contacted a game warden.Deputies responded to 146 calls.The Gallatin County jail held 156 inmates Friday. Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Tags Deputy Police Work Social Services Gallatin County Cat Wallet Following Shooting We Don't Make This Stuff Up!The very best of the world famous Bozeman Daily Chronicle police reports, collected into a handy volume, now in its second edition. Get yours for just $10. To order your copy, call 406-587-4491.