Yellowstone County authorities announced Monday that they used DNA testing to identify a suspect in the 45-year-old murder of a Billings Heights couple.
Crime and Courts
The former Cascade County undersheriff made his first appearance in Cascade County court Friday afternoon.
Two men are facing felony charges after a shooting and alleged kidnapping near a Great Falls Walmart Thursday morning.
The Bozeman Police Department has released the name of the man and woman who died in a murder-suicide Wednesday in Bozeman.
A pregnant Lockwood woman and her husband were booked into Yellowstone County jail Thursday after police found their 17-month-old daughter dead at home of suspected dehydration and neglect earlier this month.
Former undersheriff faces theft charge in connection to Cascade County Sheriff’s Office investigation
John Glen Stevens, the former undersheriff of Cascade County, is facing charges in connection with an investigation into the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office.
The Bozeman Police Department confirmed Wednesday evening that an incident at a Longbow Lane home appeared to be a murder-suicide.
A months-long investigation has led to an arrest in a May 2018 murder case in northwest Montana.
A Wolf Point man admitted to a charge in a fatal crash on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation last year.
A Great Falls man has entered a new plea for crashing his car into a Montana Highway Patrol trooper’s vehicle.
Richard Dean Holen was found not guilty on several counts of animal cruelty in connection with the deaths of over a dozen horses on Fort Peck Tribal lands north of Wolf Point.
A Lewis and Clark County Judge sentenced Kaleb Taylor to two consecutive life sentences for the murder of his parents.
One of the victims injured in a series of shootings Thursday night and Friday morning has died, according to the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office.
A former U.S. Air Force service member admitted to charges accusing him of enticing minor boys in Montana he met online into sending him sexually explicit images.
A Minnesota couple avoided federal prison Thursday after they were arrested with about 1,000 pounds of marijuana in Miles City in 2017.