Barking canines, flashing porch lights and trapped horses: Police Stories for Monday, March 16 | Bozeman Every day Chronicle Police Stories

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The Bozeman Police Department reports for Monday included the following:

  • A man fell asleep on his phone and accidentally activated the emergency SOS function and called 911.
  • An auto retailer found a gun in a purse while detailing a car. The officers took the gun and contacted the owner to arrange a time for them to retrieve it.
  • A man called 911 to people who were lying on a bench at a bus stop. Officers entered the people from the bus stop.
  • Several people called or emailed complaints about dogs barking in their neighborhood.
  • The officers answered 133 calls.

The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office reports for Monday included the following:

  • One man said he saw a light blinking on the porch while walking his dog. He thought someone might be in need.
  • A horse was stuck in agricultural implements.
  • A caller reported someone who was illegally camping in a motor home on his property. The van was no longer there when the MPs arrived.
  • A man accidentally called 911. He told law enforcement that he was sitting on his porch watching his horses.
  • The MPs answered 129 calls.

The Gallatin County Detention Center held 150 people Tuesday afternoon.

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