Two Lame Deer residents on Monday denied federal charges of methamphetamine trafficking in a residence here children were present.
A federal jury in Billings this week convicted two Washington men of methamphetamine trafficking charges after law enforcement agents stopped their vehicle in Montana in 2012 and found more than two pounds of meth hidden inside.
A Fairview man Thursday admitted he distributed methamphetamine he got from convicted dealer Robert Farrell Armstrong, a Washington man who helped bring a large quantity of the drug to Montana for distribution in the Bakken oil fields and elsewhere.
A suspect who was shot during a Billings home invasion in May appeared on federal drug and firearms charges in Great Falls this week.
A Hysham woman who has held public office and had lived a law-abiding life for 70 years admitted to federal charges of possessing methamphetamine.
A Fairview man who fed his own addiction by helping to traffic nearly pure methamphetamine in the Bakken region will spend four years in federal prison.
A law enforcement search last fall of a Billings home that netted cash, guns and more than a pound of methamphetamine led to convictions of two men on federal drug trafficking charges.
A physical therapist and former University of Montana basketball player admitted Tuesday that he broke into homes in the Scobey community and stole prescription pills from patients.
When federal agents investigating drug trafficking got a warrant to search the backpacks of two people at a Billings motel, they found two large cans of clams.
A Billings man who had faced state charges in the shooting of his father in a drug debt dispute denied federal drug charges on Tuesday.
A former University of Montana Grizzly basketball player who works as a physical therapist denied federal drug conspiracy charges on Tuesday in Billings.
A Billings man who distributed methamphetamine to support his own habit will spend eight years in federal prison.
A methamphetamine dealer who worked with others to bring at least four pounds of the drug to Billings will spend more than 11 years in federal prison.
A Sidney woman accused of trafficking methamphetamine in the Bakken oil fields and southern Montana admitted federal charges in Billings on Wednesday.
A Butte man accused of trafficking methamphetamine in the Billings area denied federal charges on Tuesday.
A federal judge released from jail a 71-year-old Hysham woman who is accused along with her husband of trafficking methamphetamine.
A 72-year-old Hysham man facing charges in federal court of trafficking methamphetamine in Yellowstone and Park counties is also a registered sexual offender, according to the Montana Department of Justice.
A Hysham couple in their 70s denied federal charges accusing them of trafficking methamphetamine in Yellowstone and Park counties and elsewhere in Montana.
A federal judge on Monday sentenced a Shepherd woman to almost nine years in prison for trafficking methamphetamine.
A Billings woman admitted federal drug trafficking charges on Monday.