The wife of a man killed in an officer-involved shooting two years ago has filed a wrongful death and civil rights lawsuit against the city of Billings and one of its police officers.
A Billings woman was sentenced on Friday after twice skipping sentencing hearings for a felony burglary conviction stemming from a 2013 incident that ended with the fatal shooting of her husband by police.
Police have arrested a Billings woman who twice skipped sentencing hearings for her conviction on a burglary that ended with the fatal shooting of her husband by police.
A Billings judge has issued a bench warrant for a woman who for the second time skipped her sentencing for a break-in in January 2013 that ended with police fatally shooting her husband.
Police on Monday arrested a woman after she missed her sentencing hearing for a January 2013 break-in that ended with police fatally shooting her husband.
A judge issued a $7,500 bench warrant Friday for a woman after she failed to appear in court for sentencing on a burglary conviction for a January break-in that ended with police fatally shooting her husband.
Patrol car dashboard cameras capture video as Daniel Brawley steals a car and strikes Billings Police officer Dave Punt.
After hearing a day and a half of testimony, a coroner’s jury found Wednesday that Billings Police Officer Dave Punt was justified when he shot and killed Daniel Brawley earlier this year.
Billings police officer Dave Punt provides testimony about his fatal shooting of Daniel Brawley during an inquest hearing.
When the Billings Police Department's SWAT team pulled Daniel and Heather Brawley from a house on Miles Avenue after an hourslong standoff on Jan. 6, they thought a dangerous situation had been defused peacefully.
Misty Claerbout testifies Tuesday morning during a coroner's inquest into the January shooting of Daniel Brawley. Claerbout lived across the street from where the standoff with Brawley took place and saw Brawley drive off in officer Dave Punt's police car, smashing into a tree in her front yard.
Billings police Sgt. Jason Gartner shows a pair of flex cuffs during a coroner's inquest into the fatal shooting of Daniel Brawley. Brawley slipped from a set of the cuffs and took off in a police car before he was shot by Officer Dave Punt in January.
Billings police Officer Seth Foster testifies Tuesday afternoon during a coroner's inquest into the January shooting of Daniel Brawley. Here he shows a photo of a basement stairway he led a police team down during a standoff with Brawley. Foster referred to the stairway as a strategic "fatal…
Billings police Officer Tom Keightley.
A coroner’s jury will begin on Tuesday the process of determining if a Billings police officer was justified when he fatally shot a burglary suspect who was driving off in his patrol car in January.
A Billings woman whose husband was shot by a police officer after the couple broke into a house to get a meal and shower pleaded guilty to felony burglary Friday in Yellowstone County District Court.
The fatal shooting involving a Yellowstone County sheriff's deputy Friday marks the fourth time this year that area officers have been involved in fatal gunfire.
A Billings woman has denied a felony burglary charge stemming from an incident that ended with a Billings police officer fatally shooting her husband as he fled in a stolen police car in early January.
The Yellowstone County Coroner's Office confirmed Wednesday that Daniel Brawley, the burglary suspect who died last week after a police officer shot him as he drove away in a police patrol car, died of a gunshot wound.
Billings Police Chief Rich St. John said Tuesday that he believes an officer who was struck by a burglary suspect who stole the officer's car was justified in shooting the man on Jan. 6.