Sheriff's log

Compiling reporter
The following report is taken from information provided by the Fergus County Sheriff’s Department and does not represent the total scope of the sheriff’s department’s activity. All persons are innocent until proven guilty.

June 2
• At 5:50 p.m. a man called about trespassing. He told a deputy he had repeated problems with a specific person trespassing on his property. On the advice of the county attorney, the man put up signs around his property, but then saw the person pulling them up and throwing them. A deputy responded, spoke to the caller and then looked at the thrown signs.

June 4
• At 7:48 p.m. a man called 911 for a weather update. The man was driving and wanted to know the weather around a certain mile marker, and if was safe to be driving around that area. He was advised there were thunderstorms there.

June 5
• At 8:33 p.m. a woman reported a lamb tangled in a fence.

June 6
• At 8:57 a.m. a man reported a run-in with a driver. He and his wife were out walking when a car drove by at high speed, spraying them with gravel. The man waved his walking stick at the vehicle, which then skidded to a stop, showering them in more dirt and gravel. The driver yelled at the man and then took off. The man described the car, the driver and said there was a child passenger. He stated “there is absolutely no reason for someone to be driving that fast on that road.”
• At 3:03 p.m. a business owner requested that a dead, bloody, fly-infested deer be removed from the ditch in front of his business. After calling the Montana Department of Transportation, dispatch informed him that because it was not a road hazard, he would have to remove it himself.
• At 7:48 p.m. a page was received about an injured woman. She was described as possibly going into shock after impaling her leg on a fence\



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