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Dusty Marshall Boggs 5th DUI

Dusty Marshall Boggs 5th DUI

Dusty Marshall Boggs, 27, appeared by video before Judge Susan Watters and pleaded not guilty to felony DUI and misdemeanor counts of driving with a suspended license and failing to report an accident. Watters set bond at $25,000 after a prosecutor said Boggs was released recently on bond fo…

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Lisa May Demarais 5th DUI

Lisa May Demarais 5th DUI

Lisa May Demarais, 28, who chanted gibberish while being arrested for drunken-driving was sentenced in District Court. Demarais appeared before Judge Susan Watters and declined to make a statement before the judge imposed a standard sentence for felony DUI of 13 months with the state Departm…

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Paula Antoinette Nicol 4th DUI

Paula Antoinette Nicol 4th DUI

Paula Antoinette Nicol, 55, whose blood-alcohol level was more than four times the legal limit when she arrived at the wrong Billings middle school to pick up a sick child was sentenced today in District Court. Nicol appeared before Judge G. Todd Baugh after previously pleading guilty to her…

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James Dean Lessard 11th DUI

James Dean Lessard 11th DUI

James Dean Lessard was sentenced in November 2007 to 10 years at Montana State Prison, with two years suspended.

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John Calvin Smells 7th DUI

John Calvin Smells 7th DUI

John Calvin Smells Jr., a Crow Agency man convicted of his seventh DUI, was sentenced in July 2009 to 10 years with the Montana Department of Corrections, with five years suspended.

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Timothy Jerome Goggins 6th DUI

Timothy Jerome Goggins 6th DUI

Timothy Jerome Goggins was sentenced for felony DUI, his sixth drunken-driving offense. Goggins had a blood-alcohol level of 0.413 percent when he was arrested in April 2010 after a Laurel police officer stopped a car for erratic driving. A blood-alcohol level of 0.4 percent is potentially f…

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Missoula County jail release policies eyed

MISSOULA — Procedures at the Missoula County Detention Facility are again being questioned after an inmate released in April without having to post $1,200 in bail ended up being charged with murder following the beating death of another man a week later. Deputy City Attorney Carrie Garber s…

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Montana officials investigating contractor

KALISPELL — The Montana Department of Labor and Industry is investigating a contractor who faces 15 counts of felony theft in Washington state where authorities say he bilked subcontractors and customers out of about $1 million.

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Q & A: Does law enforcement have quotas?

Question: Does law enforcement really have quotas?

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Police investigate weapon charge

A 38-year-old man was arrested Monday night after witnesses told police that he pointed a gun at them in the parking lot of a convenience store.

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Man pleads not guilty to prostitution

MISSOULA — A 28-year-old Minnesota man charged with promoting prostitution in Missoula has pleaded not guilty.

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Judge orders woman committed

CASPER — A federal judge ruled Friday that a Mills woman accused of threatening the life of U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis is not guilty by reason of mental illness, according to an online court database.

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Musselshell County Attorney says convicted murderer shouldn't be granted new trial

Musselshell County Attorney says convicted murderer shouldn't be granted new trial

Musselshell County Attorney Kent Sipe said late Friday afternoon that a request for a new trial for Bobby Cooksey, convicted last month of murdering his neighbor, on the grounds that he did not get a fair trial shouldn’t be granted isn’t necessary, or even valid.

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Man who pointed shotgun at police loses appeal

CASPER — A Casper man who pointed a shotgun at police failed to meet the legal burden for backing out of a plea deal, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.

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Molt man sentenced in killing

Molt man sentenced in killing

COLUMBUS — A Molt man who gunned down his neighbor during a dispute over a $35 debt was sentenced Thursday to spend at least 30 years at the Montana State Prison.

October 28, 2010 10:20 pm Photos

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Malta gunshot death under investigation

Police are continuing to investigate the death of Logan Wilson, 16, of Malta, who died from a single gunshot wound while out hunting Saturday near his hometown.

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Man charged in Belgrade fight acquitted

BOZEMAN — A 28-year-old Bozeman man accused of punching another man at a Belgrade bar, leaving him hospitalized in critical condition, has been acquitted.

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Judge: Search violated chief’s rights

Judge: Search violated chief’s rights

A District Court judge said Wednesday that a search warrant served on the Poplar police chief’s home that led to his arrest on marijuana-related charges violated his constitutional rights and ordered all evidence seized using the warrant suppressed.

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Court upholds Missoula murder conviction

MISSOULA — The Montana Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the conviction of Anthony St. Dennis in the 2007 beating death of Forrest Clayton Salcido, a sometimes-homeless veteran from Missoula, saying there was no conflict of interest in his defense.

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Judge sets hearing in Barry Beach case

Judge sets hearing in Barry Beach case

HELENA — A Lewistown judge has said he'll hear arguments next summer in an effort by Montana State Prison inmate Barry Beach to get a new trial.

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