I am in Bozeman, MT.Â Â While I miss LA, this might be the right place for me .Â Â I haveÂ greatly enjoyed my timeÂ as a Visiting Fellow at PERC.Â Part of the fun is the morning newspaper.Â Given Prof. Kleiman’s interest in crime, I’m hoping he will take a close look at this set of reports.Â Â Â Â I know that the RBC focuses on serious topics but some of you must admit that this is funny?
The Bozeman Police Department reports:
- Two women in â€œnasty swimsuitsâ€ were trying to get into a bar on North Rouse Avenue just after midnight. The caller, an employee, called the women â€œzombies.â€ She said the women were â€œscantily clad and not welcome at the business.â€ Police arrested one of the women on a warrant.
- A 17-year-old man was cited and released at the Gallatin Valley Mall for stealing a shot glass from a store.
- Lifeguards at the Bogert Park pool asked police to get a man to leave after he was rude and confrontational.
- A man called a woman to get drugs. He had the wrong number. He was â€œobsceneâ€ to the woman.
- Someone closed off West Babcock Street with signs meant for another street.
- Officers advised people to keep the noise down at a birthday party that had started Saturday night and was still going around noon Sunday.
- A caller saw his cat sitting in the window of a neighbor’s home upon returning home around 2 p.m. The cat was outside when the man left home.
- A man was holding a sign outside Walmart that read, “Why lie, I’m looking for a joint.”
The Gallatin County Sheriffâ€™s Office reports for Monday included the following:
- Cows were on Round Mountain Road.
- A woman on Paradise Vista Road told deputies a driver was parked outside her home during the early morning hours.
- A woman on River Rock Road arrived home and found her 16-year-old daughter and her friends drinking alcohol.