Aug. 26 — 5:24 a.m., motorist requested assistance from the Sheriff’s Office in making sure a car-top carrier was properly attached.
— 9:53 a.m., Dutton resident reported a possible theft of fi rearms.
— 11:35 a.m., Fairfield ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 91 Second Road N.E. Mercy Flight and Fairfield Rural Volunteer Fire Department were also dispatched, with the patient being transported to Benefis Great Falls.
— 11:46 a.m., Fairfield RVFD responded to a transformer fire at 28 First St. S.W. NorthWestern Energy was notified and responded.
— 4:27 p.m., Fairfi eld resident requested assistance with ownership of a vehicle.
— 7:04 p.m., Fairfield resident reported important documents had disappeared.
— 8:03 p.m., Choteau resident reported an unattended minor in her neighbor’s yard. The child had been reunited with her family before the deputy arrived.
Aug. 27 — 8:22 a.m., Dutton resident reported vandalism to his vehicle.
— 12:39 p.m., Pondera County requested mutual aid in locating two individuals in the Dutton area.
— 4:26 p.m., Fairfield ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 380 First Lane N.E. and transported a patient to Benefis.
— 6:09 p.m., Pendroy VFD responded to a fi re east of 2930 15th Road N.W.
— 8:26 p.m., deputy investigated a report of a suspicious person at a Pendroy residence but found all to be okay.
Aug. 28 — 9:03 a.m., Choteau ambulance responded to a medical emergency at 424 Seventh Ave. N.W. and transported a patient to BTMC.
— 9:22 a.m., deputy made an arrest on a warrant out of Missoula.
— 9:26 a.m., Power resident requested a deputy check out a vehicle with two occupants parked beside their shop at 830 27th Lane N.E.
— 10:57 a.m., Choteau resident reported finding a weed eater on U.S. Highway 89 north of town.
— 11:51 p.m., Choteau resident reported an RV on his property using electricity without his permission.
— 12:57 p.m., deputy investigated a report of cows and horses without food or water at the Weatherbeater Arena in Choteau. Deputy found the owner had gone for gas and returned to care for the animals.
Aug. 29 — 6:10 a.m., deputy investigated report of a vehicle with flashers in a field off U.S. Highway 287.
— 7:56 a.m., Montana Highway Patrol responded to a single-vehicle accident on County Line Road and Fifth Lane N.E.
— 10:57 a.m., Dutton school official requested that a deputy speak with a student regarding the student’s driving habits.
— 2:04 p.m., Dutton mayor asked deputy to speak with owner of vehicle that is parking in an alley, causing a traffic concern.
— 7:26 p.m., Sheriff’s Office contacted Fish, Wildlife and Parks for an injured hawk that was brought to the office.
Aug. 30 — 11:34 a.m., Fairfield resident reported a possible violation of release conditions.
— 5:34 p.m., deputies provided an agency assist in Lewis and Clark County with a possibly suicidal person.
— 6:52 p.m., deputy investigated report of a truck all over the road and passed the information on to the MHP as the motorist had crossed into Cascade County.
Aug. 31 — 10 a.m., Fairfield resident reported someone had tried to break into their residence while they were gone.
— 10 .m., deputy responded to a threatening situation in Choteau and arrested a male on suspicion of driving while under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
— 11:03 a.m., deputy checked on the welfare of a Choteau resident.
— 12:34 p.m., resident in Sun Canyon reported neighbor’s animals keep getting on his property.
— 5:16 p.m., Sheriff’s Office informed a Dutton resident reporting a dispute with items being removed from his residence that this was a civil issue.
— 10:33 p.m., Sheriff’s Office notified of a person bitten by a dog in Dutton.
From Aug. 26-31 deputies issued three citations for speeding, one each for improperly displaying of a temporary tag, expired drivers license and no registration and gave six warnings for speeding, three for failure to properly stop, two for no having proof of insurance and one each for expired registration, no drivers license and driving on a suspended license.