Police Report - 11/30/17

Tenant on Benedict Gulch threatens neighbors


The following represent a portion of the calls responded to by officers from the Laurel Police Department. Unless otherwise indicated, all cases are considered under investigation. Anyone with information about these or other crimes is encouraged to call the LPD at 628-8737.


Nov. 21

• At 1:53 p.m. a theft of miscellaneous items was reported from a house. Police have suspect information and the investigation is ongoing.


Nov. 22

• A Billings man was served a Laurel city warrant at 10:04 a.m. at the Yellowstone County Detention Facility. Robert Plumb, 34, remains jailed as of press deadline on charges of felony criminal endangerment, felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs, two felony theft charges, misdemeanor possession of paraphernalia, and two misdemeanor theft charges. His total bond is $101,585.

• A theft was reported to have occurred at Walmart. A shoplifter took $21.80 in merchandise. There is a suspect as identified by video and the investigation is ongoing.


Nov. 23

• A case of criminal mischief was reported at 9:32 a.m. on the 800 block of 7th Ave. A vehicle sustained damage. The rear sliding window was broken and a tire was slashed. Police have a possible suspect and the case is ongoing.


Nov. 24

• At 6:42 a.m. a burglary was reported at Fox Lumber. The main office was broken into. Payroll checks and keys were stolen. Police have a possible suspect and the case is ongoing.

Nov. 27

• A theft was reported from the 500 block of Roundhouse Rd. Tools valued at $1,000 were stolen.


Stillwater County 

Sheriff’s Office

Nov. 21

• At 8:49 a.m. a deputy took a call on Cemetery Road about a raccoon that was either injured or sick that the caller would like to be checked on. At 8:54 a.m. a game warden reported Fish and Game does not respond to raccoon calls. 

• At 4:20 p.m. a caller on Benedict Gulch Road wanted to file a complaint against her neighbor who recorded her while she was in her home while he drove by. She stated the neighbor always drives by too fast and she is concerned for her grandchild who plays outside. The caller requested a deputy come by to hear a message left on her phone. At 6:44 p.m. a deputy had spoken with the caller and advised her of her options on how to handle the situation. The caller was happy with the information provided. 

• At 6:53 p.m. a caller on Benedict Gulch Road stated she called the prior week regarding her neighbor harassing her and her husband but hadn’t heard from a deputy yet. At 7:02 p.m. a deputy reported talking to the female and advised her that nothing criminal in nature had occurred and the best thing to do would be to block the neighbor’s phone number.


Nov. 22

• At 8:57 p.m. a caller on Benedict Gulch Road stated her husband received text messages and phone calls stating her neighbor will shoot her, her husband, son and dogs. The caller stated she had her rifle out and “will shoot if she sees him coming up her driveway.” At 10:40 p.m. a deputy reported talking to all parties involved and determined that a crime had not been committed. It was just two males upset with each other. Both parties were advised not to talk to each other and try to find peace.


Nov. 23

• At 1:19 p.m. a Park City caller advised that her soon-to-be ex husband has been harassing her for the past two months. She had asked him to stop and spoke with Stillwater County Victims Advocates. She stated the harassment had gotten worse and he had hacked into her cell phone and all of her accounts. At 7:08 p.m., the caller had bought a “burner phone” and was in the process of setting it up. 


Nov. 24

• At 10:11 a.m., a caller on Benedict Gulch Road requested information regarding a call that came into the Sheriff’s Office where one of her tenants threatened to shoot another tenant. The caller wanted to verify if the message was valid because she didn’t want to continue to rent the home if it was true. 


Nov. 25

• At 6:33 p.m., a caller from the Pine Crest subdivision reported someone had vandalized and/or stolen several street signs. The caller reported many of the signs were shot with high-powered rifles and the unknown direction of travel for the bullets was concerning. 


Nov. 26

• At 2:43 a.m. a deputy checked on a vehicle on the westbound rest area on Interstate 90 that had been there for a day. The Wisconsin plates came back to an individual with a violent history and an attempted homicide on law enforcement. The deputy reported the windows in the vehicle were covered with tinfoil. 


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