Saturday, July 23, 2011

Peak Ethanol in Bozeman

More accurately, peak public intoxication.
From The Mess that Greenspan made:

The Best of the Bozeman Police Reports

  • A store employee said a man was in the store “acting crazy” but “would not say what type of crazy behavior” the man was exhibiting. The man, who was trying to provoke a fight, was gone when police arrived.

  • Six black cows were in a woman’s yard at 5:30 p.m. The cows did not belong to her.

  • Officers spoke to a man who appeared to be breaking into a vehicle. It ended up being his vehicle but he was very intoxicated. He was warned about driving and given a ride.

  • An officer noticed an intoxicated man passed out in his vehicle with the engine running. He was arrested for Driving Under the Influence.

  • Police warned transients and members of the Missoula Maggots rubgy team for urinating in the 300 block of East Mendenhall Street at 11:30 p.m.

  • About 20 sheep were “headed northbound” on Jackrabbit Lane at 1:30 a.m.

  • An intoxicated man stole a hanging flower basket from a business. Officers “followed the flower trail to his residence,” where he was cited and released.

  • An intoxicated man was warned for trying to climb the face of a downtown building....MORE