Sept. 1 — 8:39 a.m., Teton County sheriff’s deputy, Montana Highway Patrol and Dutton ambulance responded to motorist driving in the wrong direction on Interstate 15. Law ofﬁcers arrested a person on suspicion of possession of dangerous drugs.
— 9:45 a.m., deputy investigated an accident which had occurred the previous evening on the Bellview Road west of Choteau.
— 10:51 a.m., deputy assisted in a family dispute in Fairﬁeld.
— 1:28 p.m., Sheriff’s Ofﬁce was informed a dead deer on Interstate 15 causing a trafﬁc concern.
— 4:18 p.m., deputy assisted a Choteau resident in obtaining his motorcycle from a second party.
— 8:55 p.m., Choteau ambulance responded to a medical emergency at Diversion Campground in Lewis and Clark County. A Lewis and Clark deputy cancelled the ambulance while it was on its way.
— 11 p.m., deputy assisted in a dispute between a business owner in Choteau and a patron.
Sept. 2 — 5:15 a.m., Power ambulance transported a patient from 206 Teton Ave. to Great Falls Clinic Hospital.
— 9:45 a.m., Choteau ambulance responded to 232 Ninth Ave. S.W. and transported a patient to Beneﬁs Teton Medical Center.
— 10:31 a.m., Choteau ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 26 First St. S.E. and transported a patient to BTMC.
— 1:42 p.m., deputy assisted in locating the owner of a trailer that needed to be moved.
— 4:24 p.m., Fairﬁeld ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 3 North Fort Shaw with the patient refusing transport. — 5:04 p.m., Fairﬁeld, Power and Dutton rural volunteer ﬁre departments provided mutual aid for a ﬁre in Cascade County.
— 7:15 p.m., deputy provided a welfare check on a Choteau resident who could not be reached by his family.
Sept. 3 — 7:12 a.m., deputy checked on a vehicle on the side of the road on U.S. Highway 287 and Secondary Highway 408.
— 9 a.m., Fairﬁeld resident asked to speak with deputy regarding possible theft of personal items.
— 10:24 a.m., Choteau VFD responded to a gas line hit west of the Choteau golf course.
Sept. 4 — 12:24 p.m., Fairﬁeld and Augusta VFDs responded to grain ﬁeld ﬁre on the Floweree Canal Road.
— 3:12 p.m., Sheriff’s Ofﬁce was notiﬁed of a person possibly driving without a license.
— 4:21 p.m., Dutton, Choteau, Power, Brady, Pendroy, Vaughn, Sun Prairie, Conrad and Cascade County sent ﬁre trucks to a grain and range ﬁ re along Secondary Highway 221 west and south of Dutton. Malmstrom Air Force Base was notiﬁed for nearby missile silos. Deputies and the Montana Highway Department were called to assisted with trafﬁc control. Air tankers were requested to ﬂ y in retardant.
Sept. 5 — 9:19 a.m., Choteau VFD was called to a gas line link between Fourth Avenue Northeast and Fourth Street.
— 10:29 a.m., Dutton VFD ﬁ re responded to a ﬂ are up of the ﬁ eld ﬁ re along Secondary Highway 221 from the previous afternoon.
— 2:37 p.m., Choteau resident suspected someone came into her apartment on Ninth Avenue Northwest without her permission.
— 5:03 p.m., Fairﬁeld business owner reported that a patron left without paying for items taken.
— 7:53 p.m., deputy investigated a report of possible gunﬁre in Fairﬁeld.
— 9 p.m., Fairﬁeld ambulance assisted with a medical emergency at 140 E. Main St. in Simms. Sept. 6 — 11:00 a.m., Teton County deputy and coroner responded to 34 Othala Lane, Choteau, for a natural death at the home of an elderly individual. — 11:14 a.m., Fairﬁ eld alarm company notiﬁed dispatch of an alarm going off at 2127 U.S. Highway 89; a deputy responded and found all to be well.
— 3:35 p.m., Fairﬁeld ambulance responded to 10 Fourth Lane N.E. and transported an elderly man to BTMC.
— 6: 40 p.m., Deputy responded to a report of a hit deer on U.S. Highway 89 but was unable to locate the animal.
Sept. 7 — 12:10 p.m., Fairﬁeld ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 2244 U.S. Highway 89 S. Patient refused transport.
— 1: 39 p.m., Fairﬁeld resident requested a deputy assist with a dispute at a neighbor’s residence.
— 9:19 p.m., Deputy performed a welfare check at a Fairﬁeld residence.
— 10:27 p.m., Deputies responded to a request for a welfare check at a Choteau residence due to an alarm sounding, and found the noise to be coming from a grain elevator.
From Sept. 1-7, deputies issued three citations for speeding and one each for driving with a suspended license, not coming to a complete stop and careless driving and issued warnings for speeding and an improper lane change.