A 19-year-old who made an initial court appearance Thursday is accused of driving drunk in April and rolling another person’s car after running over a girl’s arm and hitting a fuel pump at a Laurel gas station.
BOZEMAN — A transient accused of shooting his camping companion in Bozeman has been sentenced to five years’ probation after pleading guilty to a charge of criminal endangerment.
A woman charged with driving the wrong way on Interstate 94 while drunk made an initial court appearance Monday.
A 46-year-old man accused of seriously injuring another man by drunkenly driving a pickup over him appeared in court Monday on charges of aggravated DUI and felony criminal endangerment.
A Billings judge on Tuesday gave a three-year suspended sentence to a man who previously pleaded guilty to criminal endangerment for chambering a round into a handgun during an argument with a landlord in August 2013.
A man arrested on suspicion of accidentally shooting his girlfriend in the chin made an initial court appearance Thursday on a charge of criminal endangerment.
A man accused of reaching speeds nearing 100 mph in downtown Billings while fleeing from police in April pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving under the influence and three counts of criminal endangerment.
A Billings woman was accused on Monday of driving drunk with her daughter in the vehicle and attacking her husband when he tried to stop her from doing so.
A Billings man was charged on Friday with shooting toward two women on Thursday night in downtown Billings.
Two Forsyth residents face charges that they tried to kill five people by setting a house on fire.
A Hardin woman appeared in Yellowstone County District Court on Monday and admitted that she hit a woman with a car at a Billings convenience store in August 2013.
A home-invader fended off by a woman armed with a gun during a 2012 burglary pleaded guilty Thursday to felony charges in three separate cases.
A man prosecutors say drunkenly drove the wrong way down Interstate 90 on Sunday made an initial court appearance Monday on multiple charges.
A man who drove an ATV in Billings while drunk in February pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of felony criminal endangerment.
A man is facing six charges after a high-speed chase Saturday that prosecutors said reached 105 mph and ended in Laurel.
After a two-day trial, a jury found a man not guilty Thursday of felony criminal endangerment, but convicted him of a lesser offense, negligent endangerment, for his role in an incident last August that ended with a tipped over motorcycle.
A 19-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to charges that he rammed the vehicle his pregnant girlfriend was in last September and then chased her down and beat her when she tried to run away.
Prosecutors said on Thursday that a Hardin man drove drunk on Wednesday while his 8-month-old daughter sat unbuckled in the back seat.
A Billings lawyer with a track record of disciplinary problems and who is to be publicly censured next week by the Montana Supreme Court faced a state panel on two more misconduct complaints on Thursday.
A Billings judge gave a man a deferred sentence Tuesday for endangering his son by driving drunk on railroad tracks in July 2012.