Police Reports for Sept. 11, 2019 Sep 13, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save The Bozeman Police Department reports for Wednesday included the following:Officers spoke with people about calls from folks attempting fraud.A man went into the men's bathroom of a business and locked himself in. He will not leave. An officer warned the man not to stay in the restroom.Two churches helped a man with a bus ticket to Seattle.Officers responded to 153 calls. The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office reports for Wednesday included the following:A deputy helped Gallatin County Court Services with a breath test. The test result was 0.00.A person found a bloody knife. The person wanted to make sure it wasn't involved in a stabbing. The caller and deputy agreed it was probably left by a hunter.A mother called a school. She couldn't get her son to go to class. He was running around Three Forks. The child was found at home and warned for truancy.A deputy checked a road after complaints of mud boggers.Deputies responded to 121 calls.The Gallatin County jail held 167 inmates Thursday. Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Tags Gallatin County Court Deputy Police Social Services Law Officer Following Jail Folks Inmate 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.