Sheriff’s report Trashed four-wheeler abandoned at rodeo grounds

The Big Horn County Sheriff’s Office received the following calls for the week of May 27 - June 2:

May 27: Deputies stepped up extra patrol at Horseshoe Bend Marina.

Deputies were alerted to be on the lookout for a vehicle stolen from Park County. The vehicle was found in the south end of the county.

May 28: A deputy helped remove some wood that was causing a hazard on Road 5 near Byron.

A resident near Lovell reported a horse on his property that did not belong to him.

Town of Byron employee spraying weeds got into a verbal altercation with a property owner near where he was spraying.

May 29: A Frannie resident was issued a warning for a violation of an ordinance involving his dog.

May 31: Deputies advised a couple near Lovell in a dispute about auto insurance that it was a civil matter.

June 1: Deputies were alerted to an abandoned vehicle in Byron. Upon investigation, they discovered the vehicle was not abandoned.

A report of a dog not being cared for properly in Cowley is under investigation.

June 2: A badly damaged and abandoned four-wheeler at the rodeo grounds was reported to deputies, who made attempts to identify the vehicle’s owner.