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July 12

  • At 9:28 p.m., an officer responded to a business in the 2900 block of Sanders Street for a report of a theft. Investigation into the matter led to a 30-year-old man being placed under arrest for two outstanding arrest warrants and misdemeanor theft. He was booked into the LCSO Jail.

July 13

  • At 12:15 a.m., an officer responded to single-vehicle rollover crash that occurred on Highway 12 West just west of Granite Street. The vehicle was traveling west on Highway 12 West and struck a curb, resulting in the vehicle rolling several times. The driver, the sole occupant of the vehicle, was transported to the hospital via ambulance and sustained non-life threatening injuries. Investigation into the crash led to the 35-year-old man being issued citations for DUI (first offense) and careless driving. He was referred to Helena Municipal Court.

July 14

  • At 12:10 a.m., an officer was dispatched to a business in the 50 block of North Last Chance Gulch for a report of male at this location causing a disturbance. The male left prior to the officer's arrival. However, he was located a short time later a few blocks away. Investigation into the matter led to a 23-year-old man being placed under arrest for two outstanding arrest warrants. He was booked into the LCSO Jail.

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On Saturday, the Helena Police Department responded to 87 calls for service. A brief summary of some of the calls the officers responded to are as follows: three non-injury accidents, one injury accident, five animal calls, four disturbance calls, eight suspicious incidents, two thefts and three welfare checks. Also, officers conducted nine traffic stops.

Due to the inclement weather that passed through Helena late Saturday afternoon into early evening, Helena PD also responded to 20 hazard calls. These calls were reference trees and other items that had broke and fallen onto streets, sidewalks and residents' properties, either causing damage or some sort of an obstruction to the street and/or sidewalks. The department took reports on four vehicles that were damaged due to fallen trees and/or branches as well as a fence.

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