May 5th reveler takes a dip and dissapears

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(Bozeman, Mont.) On Friday, May 06, 2016 at 01:10, Bozeman Police were dispatched to Bar 9 for an unidentified intoxicated male who jumped into Bozeman Creek behind the bar. The man was described as 5’9 with shaggy dark hair, wearing a green plaid shirt and khaki shorts. The reporting party said that the man climbed over the railing and dropped into the creek where he floated downstream, under the alley and out of sight.

Bozeman PD sent officers to the known crossing points of the creek and searched the creek bank for places where the man may have exited the water. After searching for approximately 30 minutes with no sign of the man, Bozeman PD requested the assistance of Sheriff’s  Search & Rescue.

At 01:50, the water rescue teams were dispatched.   Dive teams, K9 and Posse teams searched the creek from Bar 9 to East Griffin Drive. No sign of the man was found.  If anyone has information the can contact Bozeman Police at (406)582-2100.  #######

 

Burger King Robbery

patchBelgrade, Mont.- On May 2, 2016 at approximately 9:11pm, Belgrade Police Officers responded to a reported hold-up robbery at Burger King, located at 6915 Jackrabbit Lane.  Responding officers located an adult male suspect running from the scene and apprehended him following a foot chase.  No one was hurt during the incident and one person remains in custody.  The Montana Highway Patrol assisted in apprehending the suspect. Detectives are on scene investigating and the restaurant will re-open for normal business in the morning.  Any witnesses or persons with information regarding this incident are urged to contact the Belgrade Police Department at 406-388-4262.

-Sgt. Dustin Lensing

100 West Madison

patchBelgrade Police Department

91 E Central, Belgrade Montana 59714

E.J. Clark, Chief of Police


 

Belgrade, Mont.- On May 1, 2016 at approximately 9:50 AM Belgrade Police Officers responded to 100 West Madison for an unknown medical problem. The responding officers discovered an apparent suicide. The case is under investigation and the deceased’s name is not being released as the next of kin have not been notified. The Belgrade Police Department, Gallatin County Corner’s Office, Central Valley Fire and Montana Highway Patrol responded to the call.

Chief EJ Clark