The Montana Violent Offender Task Force arrested 1,871 felony fugitives in 2018.
Crime and Courts
Authorities are warning of a phone scam that is making the rounds in the Flathead Valley.
Jeremy Douglas Smith, 29, pleaded guilty in October to possession with intent to distribute meth and to possessing a firearm.
Missoula Police are continuing to investigate after anti-Semitic fliers were distributed at UM and in some city neighborhoods.
James “Doc” Jensen was scheduled to admit to charges of coercion and enticement of a minor in federal court on Tuesday.
A preliminary injunction is being sought to block the issuance of permits for the demolition of the historic St. Francis Church in Hamilton.
A man who buried a then five-month-old baby alive last year near Lolo Hot Springs pleaded no contest to a felony charge of assault on a minor as well as guilty to other felony counts on Feb. 6.
Police were called to a report of a domestic disturbance in the area of 90 North Kennedy in Belgrade between man and woman.
The ink is barely dry on the new Flathead National Forest plan and already two groups say they’ll challenge the lengthy document in court.
This lack of heat occurred during the cold snap that struck Montana earlier this month.
Former Miles City athletic trainer accused in massive sex abuse case to admit to federal coercion charges
A former Miles City high school athletic trainer accused of sexually abusing at least 32 teenage boys intends to plead guilty to federal charges.
Geneva Nadeau, 38, of Hays was sentenced to 22 years in prison with 15 years of supervised release after pleading guilty to aggravated sexual abuse.
Rawlyn Strizich, 38, was charged in June of 2018 and recently changed her plea in Yellowstone County District Court.
Errol Wayne Longee, 35, was sentenced to six years and eight months in prison and to three years of supervised release.
Police said the individual was identified through social media posts and was located at a Kalispell business on Wednesday afternoon.