Police Report - 3/30/17

Missing stolen vehicles, invisible rope occupy Stillwater deputies

There is no Laurel report this week because officers were busy keeping the the community safe and solving crimes.

Stillwater County
• On Mar. 22, at 4:30 p.m., on 1st Ave., Sw.. Ave., a deputy reported a shiny black Nissan Pathfinder parked at the Homestead apartment complex. The deputy was suspicious of a newer vehicle being parked there and wrote down the license plate number down before he went off duty. The following day he ran the plate and the vehicle came back stolen from Lewistown. Deputies returned to the Homestead to retrieve the vehicle, but it was already gone. Three vehicles were reported taken from a trailer park in Lewistown, including the Pathfinder with license plates, 8-20344A. One vehicle was recovered, but the Pathfinder and a red and white 2005 Honda motorcycle with a female devil sticker on the front fender and a female angel sticker on the rear fender are still missing.
• On Mar. 24, at 3:55 a.m., on 7th St. Sw. St, a driver was stopped and cited for operating a vehicle while having a suspended license, having no liability insurance and for having an expired registration.
• On Mar. 24, at 2:28 p.m., on Benedict Gulch Rd., a complainant reported a burglary and had the suspect on camera. A man wearing a black shirt, blue jeans and tennis shoes stole two chainsaws from the house and the subject drove away in 1998-2004 silver Dodge Intrepid with a dent on the driver’s side and missing a hubcap on the front right. One chainsaw is in a black hard case, the other is in a orange hard case.
• On Mar. 24, at 7:30 p.m., at the Park City High School a complainant reported to the Sheriff’s Office that two younger males were acting like they were pulling a rope across the road whenever anyone stopped at the stop sign. A deputy arrived on scene and the boys explained they were playing the invisible rope game. The deputy asked them to move along and they did.
• On Mar. 25, at 6:28 p.m., at Sportsman’s Park, a complainant was walking her dog in the park by the river and she came across a white male with his two-year-old son. The caller’s dog ran out to the man and boy and the adult male kicked her dog and yelled at her. Caller said she felt very unsafe and left right away. The suspect vehicle plate number and vehicle information was given to police, but no subject was apprehended.


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