On Aug. 9, it was reported that a goat was loose on Lincoln Street. A MSU police officer responded and secured the goat with no significant injuries.
On Aug. 22, an individual reported that someone was exercising loudly at Paisley Court. A MSU police officer responded and the issue was resolved.
On Aug. 23, near Montana Hall it was reported there was a deceased magpie. A MSU police officer responded but could not find the magpie. Rumors of a magpie zombie uprising are currently unconfirmed.
On Aug. 26, it was reported that a bear cub was running in the fields near Lincoln Lot. The city and game wardens were made aware of the situation.
On Aug. 26, it was reported that a dog was howling near Roskie. A MSU police officer responded but could not locate the dog.
On Aug. 28, it was reported that an individual was threatened by an officer “wearing plain clothes in another state.” MSU police responded, spoke with the individual and the case was closed.
On Aug. 31, it was reported that two individuals were throwing fireworks from a window at South Hedges. A MSU police officer responded and the case was transferred to ResLife.
On Sept. 2, it was reported that an individual near Montana Hall was riding their bike in circles. A MSU police officer responded and found the individual was not causing any problems or damage.
On Sept. 3, there was a report of an individual urinating on a building near 11th and Lincoln. MSU police responded but were unable to find the individual.
On Sept. 3, an individual was being chased through the Roskie parking lot. A MSU police officer responded but could not find the individual. The individual reportedly had alcohol in their possession.
On Sept. 9, MSU police officers located two individuals who had forged parking tags from another individual. After investigation, the individuals were warned for forgery and theft of services as well as referred to the dean.