Oct. 3 — 4:13 a.m., Choteau resident reported three individuals walking around vehicles at a local business and acting suspiciously when spotted.
— 6:22 a.m., motorist reported that a coyote hit the side of their vehicle on U.S. Highway 89.
— 8:24 a.m., Choteau resident reported hitting a deer on Teton Canyon Road, with no injuries and slight damage to the vehicle.
— 9:01 a.m., Dutton ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 1980 20th Lane N.E. While transporting the patient to Benefis, a tire blew on the ambulance and Power ambulance responded and completed the transport to Great Falls.
— 6:09 a.m., deputy coroner responded to a hospice death in Choteau.
— 11:16 p.m., Sheriff’s Office was notified of an overhead door and lights being on in the seed cleaning building at Mountain View Cooperative near Collins.
Oct. 4 — 2:49 a.m., Choteau resident requested deputy check on the welfare of a neighbor’s dog that had been barking for a couple days.
— Power Volunteer Fire Department responded to a field and combine fire off 13th Lane between Third and Fourth Road Northeast.
— 6:41 a.m., motorist reported cows on U.S. Highway 89 causing a traffic concern.
— 8:51 a.m., Fairfield resident reported fuel lines being cut and fuel taken from a grain conveyor.
— 1:36 p.m., Choteau ambulance transported a patient from 915 Fourth St. S.W. to Benefis.
— 5:47 p.m., deputies investigated a possible altercation among three individuals in Choteau.
— 7:59 p.m., Fairfield ambulance provided mutual aid for a call in Augusta and transported a patient from 3887 Secondary Highway 21 to Benefis in Great Falls.
Oct. 5 — 4:50 p.m., Fairfield resident reported a possible theft.
— 4:59 p.m., deputy, Montana Highway Patrol, Pendroy VFD and Quick Response Unit responded to a single-vehicle accident on Secondary Highway 219. The patient refused transport.
— 10:38 p.m., homeowner of a Choteau residence informed the Sheriff’s Office he had missed a security system alert about a motion alarm at his residence and wanted them to be aware if he needed assistance after he checked out the incident.
Oct. 6 — 4:14 a.m., Fairfield resident reported hitting a raccoon on County Line Road and the raccoon did a decent amount of damage to his vehicle.
—12:49 p.m., Fairfield ambulance provided an agency assist in responding to a medical emergency at 2101 Gilman Road and transporting a patient to Benefis.
— 12:52 p.m., Choteau High School requested assistance for a student.
— 2:41 p.m., Sheriff’s Office investigated possible criminal endangerment.
— 4:44 p.m., Dutton ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 1980 20th Lane N.E. and transported a patient to Benefis.
— 7:35 p.m., Choteau ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 424 Seventh Ave. N.W. and transported a patient to Benefis Teton Medical Center.
Oct. 7 — 12:21 p.m., motorist reported he had lost his license plate or it was taken off his vehicle while in Choteau.
— 12:53 p.m., Choteau ambulance transported a patient from BTMC to Benefis in Great Falls.
Oct. 8 — 2:12 a.m., Benefis Health Care requested information on a Choteau resident who died while in the hospital.
— 9:11 a.m., Choteau ambulance transported a patient from BTMC to Benefis.
— 12:02 p.m., Choteau ambulance transported a patient from BTMC to Benefis.
— 5:06 p.m., motorist on U.S. Highway 220 reported an erratic driver of a grain trailer.
— 5:43 p.m., Sheriff’s Office was notified of a driver who had driven off with the gas hose from a fuel station and had returned and attempted to reconnect the hose.
— 6:23 p.m., resident on Secondary Highway 221 reported a large bale of hay in the road by her house causing a traffic concern.
— 9:37 Choteau ambulance transported a patient from BTMC to Benefis.
— 11:02 p.m., motorist reported clipping a grizzly bear with his vehicle. The animal had run off, so he was not certain if it was injured. There wasn’t any significant damage to the vehicle.
Oct. 9 —2:11 p.m., Power Volunteer Fire Department was requested for mutual aid for a grass fire along Interstate 15.
— 2:37 p.m., Choteau ambulance transported a patient from BTMC to Benefis.
— 7:33 p.m., Sheriff’s Office was notified of possible theft of items while individuals were at Gibson Dam.
— 8:23 p.m., Sheriff’s Office assisted in locating a possible runaway from the Butte area.
From Oct. 3-9, the Sheriff’s Office issued two citations for speeding and one warning for speeding.