Alternatives Inc., and the Montana Department of Corrections are seeking the public's help in locating Franklin Whiteman, who walked away from Alpha House on Wednesday.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a man who escaped from a pre-release center about 2:30 a.m. on Monday in Billings.
It's a coincidence that in one week three people fled pre-release centers overseen by Alternatives Inc., in Billings, according to the organization's administrator.
UPDATE: Kincaid returned to Alpha House around 6:30 a.m. Saturday.
The Yellowstone County jail was built to hold a maximum of 297 inmates. Last week, it held 438.
Authorities are searching for an offender who walked away from the Alpha House Pre-release Center in downtown Billings on Thursday afternoon.
Authorities are looking for a woman who walked away from a Billings prerelease center Saturday.
A former inmate supervisor at a women's pre-release and treatment center in Billings was sentenced Wednesday for raping two women while he worked there.
The “boot” might keep Butte residents from driving drunk for a month. Sale of DUI offenders’ vehicles could reduce recidivism in Musselshell County. Montanans have become more creative in efforts to curb DUI.
A federal task force tracked down a woman who walked away from a Billings pre-rerelease center less than 24 hours after she escaped and a little more than a mile from where she was last seen.
A convicted felon walked away from a Billings men's pre-release center Tuesday evening.
Authorities are searching for a woman who walked away from a Billings pre-release center Saturday afternoon and have asked for the public's help in tracking her down.
A 29-year-old man who worked as an inmate supervisor at an all-female prerelease and treatment center in Billings is accused of raping two women.
A convicted felon who escaped from Alpha House Men's pre-release center Wednesday night turned himself in to police less than a day later.
Two women walked away from Passages Women's Program, 1001 S. 27th St., on Sunday afternoon.
No worker whose job depends on a computer has escaped the frustration of crashes, or the ongoing curse of software that hails from a different planet than its developer promised.
Authorities are seeking two men who walked away from a Billings halfway house.
Former Carbon County Attorney Robert L. Eddleman, who was sentenced to federal prison in a cocaine case, has been transferred to a Billings pre-release center.
Alternatives Inc. will drop its lawsuit against the city under the terms of a settlement approved Monday night by the Billings City Council.
The City Council will reconsider its decision last month to reject a lawsuit settlement with nonprofit corrections firm Alternatives Inc.