June 30 — 7:27 a.m., motorist reported he was concerned for a man walking on Interstate 15.
— 7:55 a.m., U.S. Air Force personnel requested a welfare check on a person who appeared to be sleeping in a vehicle parked in the driveway to the Fox 7 missile site.
— 10:01 p.m., an individual in the county called to inquire about fireworks ordinances.
July 1 — 9:37 a.m., abandoned vehicle on Secondary Highway 221 was reported.
— 12:12 p.m., vandalism and possible theft to a residence off 13th Lane Northeast of Dutton was reported.
— 6 p.m., Fairfield resident requested assistance with a parenting plan issue.
— 6:25 p.m., deputies, Montana Highway Patrol and Choteau ambulances responded to a two-vehicle accident on Secondary Highway 220. Accident victims were transported by ambulance to Benefis Teton Medical Center.
— 7:51 p.m., deputy investigated an alarm going off at a Choteau residence and found all to be okay.
— 8:03 p.m., Choteau resident reported her doorknob was loose and asked the residence be checked.
— 9:56 p.m., Sheriff’s Office was notified of a hospice death in Farifield.
July 2 — 12:44 a.m., deputy checked a Fairfield business after being notified of an alarm by an alarm service. Deputy also made contact with the owner of the business.
— 8:48 a.m., Choteau ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 1120 N. Division Lane and transported the patient to BTMC.
— 10:54 a.m., Choteau Rural Volunteer Fire Department responded to a possible fire off U.S. Highway 89. The truck was cancelled en route as the fire was burning in a burn pit.
— 11:34 a.m., deputy arrested a man in Dutton on a warrant out of Colorado.
— 1:03 p.m., caller reported a hit and run accident in Choteau.
— 1:46 p.m., NorthWestern Energy reported that contractors working in Choteau hit a gas line in the alley behind 307 11th Ave. N.E.
— 3:10 p.m., Dutton resident reported harassment and slander on social media.
— 4:49 p.m., caller reported an erratic driver on U.S. Highway 287.
— 7:51 p.m., Lewis and Clark County dispatcher reported an erratic driver heading towardsTeton County.
July 3 — 2:02 p.m., motorist reported an accident involving a deer on U.S. Highway 89.
— 7:12 p.m., deputy assisted in locating a vehicle in Choteau that was being driven without permission from the owner.
— 10:40 p.m., a report of public indecency resulted in a deputy citing two minors on suspicion of possession of alcohol or an intoxicant.
July 4 — 11:20 a.m., Choteau resident reported his neighbor’s horses were in his barley field.
— 12:31 p.m., Choteau resident requested assistance from a deputy in documenting vandalism to his apartment.
— 5:49 p.m., deputy cited a minor on suspicion of possession of alcohol or an intoxicant at the Choteau Rodeo Grounds.
— 6:53 p.m., Choteau resident reported a speeding vehicle that almost hit a girl on a bike.
— 8:07 p.m., Choteau resident reported an accident involving no injuries at the four-way stop on Main Avenue.
— 11:46 p.m., deputy arrested a man parked in a vehicle on Airport Road and U.S. Highway 89 on suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol.
July 5 — 8:20 a.m., Fairfield resident reported damage to a fence, gate, irrigation ditch and seeded field by someone driving through his property.
— 9:04 a.m., Choteau resident called about a vehicle parked precariously on Airport Road.
— 11:40 a.m., motorist reported livestock on U.S. Highway 89.
— 11:31 p.m., deputy responded to vehicle versus deer accident on Interstate 15 near Dutton.
July 6 — 4:16 a.m., Choteau ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 531 10th Road N.W. and transported a patient to BTMC.
— 9:51 a.m., Choteau ambulance transported a patient from 1005 Main Ave. to BTMC.
— 9:57 a.m., Fairfield ambulance transported a patient from 302 Second St. N. to Benefis.
— 11:14 a.m., Fairfield resident spoke with a dispatcher regarding an individual who was having mental health issues.
— 1:09 p.m., deputy checked on the welfare of a young man walking on Interstate 15 near the Gordon Exit.
— 6:21 p.m., Mercy Flight requested the Dutton ambulance meet it at the airport and assist in transporting a patient as the helicopter had to land because of weather conditions.
From June 30 to July 6, Teton County law officers issued five citations for speeding and one for stop sign violation. They issued nine warnings for speeding, one each for not maintaining proper lane of traffic, failure to carry proper registration, improperly working headlights, improper lane change and going the wrong direction.