Thursday, August 21, 2008

The trailer came unhooked from the pickup

Toole Co Sheriff's Log

Wednesday, August 20, 2008 1:07 PM MDT

Friday, Aug. 15-12:32 a.m. - Officer at Port of Entry advises they have a commercial driver with suspended license. Deputy reports to the port and issues a citation for driving while license is suspended or revoked. Driver posts bond of $285.

2:51 p.m. - Caller asks if the sheriff's office knows that the window at Larson Clothing is broken. We ask if the window was broken when he got there or if he witnessed the act. He advises it was already done when he got there. Deputies report to the scene and advise there are signs that entry was made, such as glass tracked in. We call the owners to come down. There are no signs of anything having been disturbed. The window was broken by rolling a semi tire through it. There was a second tire lying in the intersection near the Lutheran Church.

2:22 p.m. - Deputy spoke with the caller, then left to report to a fist fight in progress. Deputy advises it was verbal altercation only between a male and a female with no evidence of injuries.

11:01 p.m. - Deputy wants a check on a male identified as a sexual offender, rape by force, and wants to know how many days he has to register. We advise it should be three days. The subject was drinking coffee and fell asleep. Officer told him to finish his coffee and move along. Subject advises he called a friend in Great Falls and is waiting to be picked up. Deputy advises the waitress to call us if he falls asleep again.

Saturday, Aug. 16

1:39 a.m. - Deputy talks with the operator of a golf cart with no lights. Subject is going to take it home and will not bring it out again. The reason for the stop was no lights so it is not street legal.

1:53 a.m. - Deputy advises he just saw four people with alcohol climb into the cab of a semi and is going to see what is going on. Deputy checks licenses and they have valid licenses but there are outstanding warrants from Glacier County on some of them. Glacier County advises they will come and pick up the subjects if we are not charging here.

10:52 a.m. - Caller advises her gate and part of her fence have been torn down. Deputy attempts to call subject and leaves a message to let her know he is en route to her residence and wants her to meet him at the gate. Deputy advises he took photos, the road was wet and he had to walk a mile to get to the damage so did not have radio communication until he got back out.

3 p.m. - Female caller reports non-injury accident. The trailer came unhooked from the pickup and hit a light pole. It is blocking traffic. It is an enclosed trailer and a 3/4-ton pickup. We will dispatch a deputy as soon as possible. 4:07 p.m. - The area is clear from this accident.

3:04 p.m. - Caller reports that the man a deputy dealt with last night, a registered sex offender, is still hanging around and caller does not feel he should be where children are present. Deputy responds and speaks with subject. Subject says he is going to get a phone card and call someone to get him. Deputy will stand by and see that subject does as he stated.

6:17 a.m. - Caller advises there is a dog in a car that has been there since 3:30 p.m. She thinks the owner is in a bar. Called Animal Control officer who says he will check on it. The deputy and K-9 officer advise the female was bringing water out to the animal.

7:49 p.m. - Deputy advises he has cited a male for driving a motorcycle with no motorcycle endorsement who was riding down Main Street naked.

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