The following summary was compiled from information provided by the West Yellowstone Police Department.
(Hebgen Basin Fire District personnel responded to 14 ambulance requests between June 14 and June 20.)
-- A person was talking to their mother when she fell. The person was unable to get back into contact with their mother.
-- A person received a call that there was a small wreck on Gallatin Road off Highway 191. There were unknown injuries and the person reporting the incident wasn't sure if they were given an accurate location of the wreck.
-- A deputy from the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office requested to have a West Yellowstone police officer check Highway 191 to the Yellowstone National Park boundary for any wrecks.
-- Traffic was backed up between the Madison Junction and Seven-Mile Bridge in Yellowstone National Park. A caller demanded that a ranger should get traffic moving.
-- Someone lost a Verizon Motorola Droid cell phone.
-- A woman was complaining that her previous employer hasn't given her her last check.
-- An adult was reportedly offering drugs and alcohol to juveniles.
-- Individuals were fighting in the street.
-- A stranger was hanging around near the back door of a business. Someone saw the individual take a knife off the top of a gas tank and place it in their pocket. A West Yellowstone police officer was requested to respond to the scene.
-- Intoxicated individuals were on the roof of a complex.
-- Someone was caught camping illegally. They were confronting a Yellowstone National Park ranger in the West Yellowstone Police Department parking lot.
-- Many people were traveling faster than 55 mph on Highway 191.
-- There was a report of an individual under a tree on Madison Rim Road who was not looking very good.
-- There was a case that needed the assistance of the coroner.
-- Someone reported that there was loud music playing nearby and that they couldn't sleep.
-- A tourist was separated from the rest of their party.
-- It looked like someone was being kicked out of where they were staying. Their belongings were being thrown out of the house and across the street.
-- There was a request to have a hazmat crew from Hebgen Basin Fire District respond to clean up a spill on a lake.
-- An evicted employee was making threats.
-- West Yellowstone Police Department dispatchers received a complaint about a reckless driver.
-- Someone reported that their son's vehicle had been vandalized the prior night.
-- A suspect was trying to steal someone's bike after he was fired for not showing up to work.
-- Weekend renters were standing on the porch of a house and shooting towards the lake.
-- Streetlights were burned out behind a grocery store, which presented a safety hazard.
-- An open door to a maintenance shed at one of the city parks was secured by a West Yellowstone police officer.
-- There was a panhandler at a local restaurant.
-- A truck hauling a boat trailer backed into another truck. There were no reported injuries.
-- Someone reported that they might have seen someone in a red truck purposely abandon their dog.
-- There was a semi truck involved in a rollover accident. The person's injuries were unknown at the time of the call.
-- West Yellowstone Police Department dispatchers received an anonymous report concerning a possible drunk driver in West Yellowstone.
-- A citizen requested to speak with a West Yellowstone police officer. They were concerned about a family member.
-- An ambulance was needed to transport someone.
-- A lady left her wallet in the post office.
-- Someone reported that their orange bike had been stolen about a week ago.
-- An older man, between the age of 50 and 60, was riding in and out of an apartment complex and looking into the apartments.
-- A fire alarm was set off at a local business.
-- A tenant complained that the landlord entered his apartment without permission.
-- The maintenance door to a supply room was open.