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Default Bozeman MT police blotter

You can't make this stuff up.....
Mondays are the best as they report on Saturday's activities
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle: Police Reports



Some highlights
* A woman of rural Manhattan reported that two pairs of blue jeans and several pairs of underwear were stolen off her clothesline. In addition, someone entered her house and ate part of a meatloaf stored in her refrigerator. — Oct. 9, 1980

* Complaint that “a person who looks like Dracula” was frolicking on playground equipment at Irving School. Due to the unusual nature of the call, three officers responded with garlic cloves, wooden stakes and crosses, the report said. The “vampire” turned out to be a woman in a long shawl. — Jan. 23, 1989

* A patrol car collided with an animal this morning on Amsterdam Road. The suspect was listed as “Doe, a deer, a female deer.” — Nov. 18, 1994

* A man in the 700 block of Mountain View Drive complained because his girlfriend’s husband keeps stopping by. — Sept. 8, 1997

* A mother on South 23rd Avenue wanted her daughter cited for returning home late. — Oct. 19, 2005

* Two Montana State University students, a man and a woman, were found in a vehicle parked along Frontage Road with fogged windows. They stated they were “admiring the sights.” The deputy told them to admire each other’s sights elsewhere in a more private setting. — April 1, 2011
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