Bureau Of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms And Explosives
The Ravalli County Sheriff's Office and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are seeking information related to the recent theft of 285 pounds of explosives from a storage facility west of Victor.
RED LODGE — Federal agents have announced that 559 pounds of explosives taken from a U.S. Forest Service storage facility near Red Lodge this spring have been recovered.
Two explosions tore through a building at a fireworks facility south of Acton on Tuesday morning, keeping fire crews from around Yellowstone County busy for much of the day.
A man suffered severe burns after an explosion in his Argyle Street home in Butte Wednesday afternoon.
CHEYENNE — A New Mexico man pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiracy to commit arson in the 2010 fire that destroyed the main building of the Hitching Post Inn, a landmark hotel in Cheyenne.
The sentencing in federal court Thursday of a Billings man who bragged about his criminal record to undercover agents investigating robberies and drug and gun crimes ended a major multi-agency probe.
The Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are investigating the death of a man Saturday afternoon about five miles east of Laurel.
A Billings man who bragged to undercover agents about his criminal record admitted federal firearms crimes but asked for a bench trial on charges that he conspired to commit robbery in a law enforcement sting.
A bomb squad was called Wednesday to the Carbon County Historical Museum in Red Lodge after what appeared to be an active World War II-era hand grenade was discovered in the museum’s inventory, according to the Red Lodge Police Department.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The New Mexico man accused in connection with the Hitching Post Inn fire will face U.S. District Judge Nancy Freudenthal next week.
BOZEMAN — Law enforcement officers who are investigating a series of suspicious fires in Bozeman announced a $5,000 reward offered for information about an Aug. 25 fire that damaged Heritage Christian School also applies to several recent fires.
Three 14-year-old Bozeman girls have been arrested for allegedly setting fire to a trailer, one of many recent suspicious fires in the community.
The Billings Police Department’s 2011 annual report shows that both violent and property crimes increased by 7.7 percent from 2010 to 2011.
A Texas man charged with helping a cocaine sale by wiping residue off a scale used to weigh the drug admitted federal charges this week.
While it could take weeks to officially determine the cause, Billings Fire Marshal Mike Spini said that a fire early Monday in a horse barn that killed 19 horses does not appear suspicious.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Laramie County investigators and federal agents are tracing the origin of a gun used in the accidental shooting of an 8-year-old boy in Cheyenne.
Arrested last year by federal agents in a sting set up purportedly to rob a drug courier, Billings resident Anthony Alex Roll admitted to numerous firearms and drug charges on Thursday.
CASPER, Wyo. — The owners of the Hitching Post Inn Resort and Conference Center allegedly conspired to burn down the legendary hotel in September 2010 to collect up to $13.6 million in insurance money, according to a civil lawsuit filed in federal court this week.
A Ballantine woman is facing federal charges stemming from a firearms investigation in which 14 people were arrested in the Billings area last week.
BOZEMAN -- Gallatin County authorities say a person has died after a house east of Bozeman exploded and burned to the ground.