Culled from the Police Reports page of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle come the best of the Bozeman police reports from the last week along with some items from the Sheriff’s Office.
More reports of late night drunks stumbling around town and ending up in all sorts of places they shouldn’t be will probably be the norm for the rest of the summer since summers are short around here and people certainly won’t be stumbling around at 2 AM in a few more months. Aggressive and odd door-to-door salesmen (in recent weeks, the two characteristics sometimes being combined) are an ongoing problem in the area (as is late-night public intoxication/urination) and … yes … the peacocks are still in town.
- Door-to-door vacuum salesmen were warned for being aggressive.
- During the night a drunken man stumbled into a stranger’s house on Koch Street and fell asleep on the couch. The owners of the home found him snoring on the couch at 4:15 a.m. and called the police. Officers came to wake him up and the man went home.
- A customer at Yellowstone Gateway Sports in Four Corners pointed an unloaded handgun at an employee when he didn’t get what he wanted in a pistol trade in. The complaint is under investigation.
- At 6:30 p.m. a man climbed a ladder to the roof of a home on Meagher Avenue, drank a beer, and then left.
- A quick-change artist was videotaped at Wal-Mart at 7 p.m.