Aug. 4 — 2:02 a.m., a deputy notified the Sheriff’s Office that the door of a car, parked outside a Choteau residence, had been left open. The deputy closed the door and left a note for the owner of the vehicle explaining the situation and telling them to contact the police if any property from the vehicle is missing.

— 5:54 a.m., deputies responded to a domestic dispute in Choteau.

— 9:12 a.m., dispatcher notified Montana Highway Patrol of a vehicle versus deer accident on Secondary Highway 220 that disabled the vehicle.

— 9:36 a.m., Sheriff’s Office was notified of an individual concerned about the dry conditions and a large pile of timber being burned on private property in Mortimer Gulch.

— 7:21 p.m., a Pendroy resident spoke with a deputy regarding an issue with an ex-employee.

Aug. 5 — 12:29 a.m., deputy assisted a minor riding a bicycle on U.S. Highway 89.

— 2:01 a.m., deputy assisted with a dispute among neighbors in Fairfield.

— 12:17 p.m., Choteau resident reported possible theft of a weed eater from the back of a pickup truck.

— 1:15 a.m., deputy checked a VIN number at Bouma Truck Sales in Choteau.

— 1:44/2:52 p.m., call reported a horse loose south of Choteau near U.S. Highway 89, and a deputy attempted to locate the horse and its owner.

— 5:34 p.m., deputy investigated an abandoned vehicle at Truchot Hill Road.

— 8:12 p.m., Sheriff’s Office was asked to keep an eye on a residence in Dutton until family from out-of-state could arrive.

— 8:54 p.m., Choteau resident reported killing a rattlesnake in his or her garage and wanted to advise neighbors to watch for others.

— 11:20 p.m., Fairfield woman asked for help with a custody issue.

Aug. 6 — 4:43 a.m., Choteau ambulance responded to a medical emergency at Skyline Lodge and transported a patient to Benefis Teton Medical Center.

— 1:50 p.m., deputy informed two motorcyclists they could not drive along side a four-wheeler.

— 4:13 p.m., a family member requested a welfare check on a relative in Choteau.

— 7:56 p.m., deputy checked the welfare of some Dutton residents.

— 11:49 p.m., Sheriff’s Office located an individual who had been reported as possibly missing.

Aug. 7 — 9:57 a.m., Choteau ambulance transported a patient from 1901 W. Eighth Lane N.W. to BTMC.

— 2:46 p.m., Choteau ambulance responded to a medical problem at 424 Seventh Ave. N.W. Patient refused transport.

Aug. 8 — 8:45 a.m., deputy investigated a report of an animal stuck on a fence off Fourth Road Northeast and Fourth Lane Northeast.

— 9:14 a.m., deputy investigated a possible theft of water in Dutton.

— 9:21 a.m., a federal DEA agent notified the Sheriff’s Office of possible suspicious activity in the parking lot of a Choteau business.

— 12:57 p.m., a Choteau resident reported a possible break-in.

— 10:20 p.m., deputies investigated illegal activities in Choteau and took two male juveniles to the Sheriff’s Office.

Aug. 9 — 2:36 p.m., deputy assisted with barking dogs in Choteau.

— 3:16 p.m., Sheriff’s Office was notified of a cow stuck in a marshy area off Pishkun Road.

— 7:21 p.m., deputies and Choteau ambulance responded to family dispute in Choteau.

— 8:34 p.m., Sheriff’s Office provided an agency assist on a person wanted out of Flathead County.

Aug. 10 — 12:19 a.m., Fairfield resident spoke with dispatch regarding a family issue.

— 1:36 a.m., deputy arrested a man in Choteau on suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

— 4:03 a.m., deputies assisted with a domestic dispute and transported one woman to a hotel in Choteau.

— 9:39 a.m., Choteau resident reported he had pulled a man out of the ditch on U.S. Highway 287, and the man appeared to be under the influence of alcohol and was now driving toward Augusta.

— 2:31 p.m., Choteau resident contacted the Sheriff’s Office regarding the whereabouts of a possible missing person.

— 7:31 p.m., Fairfield ambulance responded to a medical emergency at Secondary Highway 20. The patient refused transport.

— 11:05 p.m., Sheriff’s Office responded to domestic case in Teton County.

From Aug. 4-10, deputies issued six warnings for speeding, two for failure to stop at a stop sign, one each for improper registration, failure to maintain correct lane and failure to dim bright lights. Officers issued one citation each for speeding, expired plates, no proof of insurance, failure to stop at a stop sign and not carrying a drivers license.