Woman sentenced for meth trafficking
A Billings man who distributed methamphetamine to support his own habit will spend eight years in federal prison.
A long and violent criminal record caught up with a Billings man when police officers stopped his vehicle for a minor traffic violation and a search turned up two guns and drugs in his vehicle.
A North Dakota man will spend 14 years in federal prison for his role in a large methamphetamine trafficking operation in the Bakken oil field region of Eastern Montana and North Dakota.
Calling the sexual abuse of a girl 18 years ago “reprehensible,” a federal judge sentenced a Billings man Wednesday to 10 years in prison.
A Pryor man who scuffled with a law enforcement officer, causing him to hit his head, will spend 10 years in federal prison.
With her swearing-in Thursday morning as the state’s newest federal district judge, Susan Watters made Montana history.
A Billings man convicted of trafficking methamphetamine was sentenced to a lengthy prison term in U.S. District Court on Wednesday.
Saying a long stint in prison was needed to prevent more crimes, a federal judge on Wednesday sentenced Donita Marie Herrera of Billings to 15 years in custody for her role in an extensive meth trafficking scheme.
An investigation into methamphetamine trafficking in Richland County led to the conviction Monday of a man who admitted selling the drug to an undercover agent.
A Lockwood man who dealt methamphetamine out of his home and got shot in his driveway in a gunfight with his son over a drug debt will spend more than 12 years in federal prison.
A federal judge this week sentenced a California man to probation for his role in a large marijuana-trafficking operation that was headed by a Billings man with a network across Montana.
A federal judge this week ordered a Lame Deer man to spend more than five years in prison for attempting to sexually assault a woman.
A federal judge has sentenced a Crow tribal legislator and his relative to probation for conspiring to traffic eagles and migratory birds.
A St. Xavier woman who was drunk when she threw her 3-year-old daughter to her death from a moving truck south of Hardin last year will spend more than 21 years in federal prison.
A Billings man accused of sexually abusing a young girl 17 years ago in the Pryor area admitted charges in U.S. District Court in Billings on Monday.
Three California residents accused in a large marijuana-trafficking operation in Montana have admitted to charges in U.S. District Court in Billings.
A federal judge has set a new trial for former Billings oral surgeon Jerome Daniel Mancuso, who was convicted of distributing cocaine, after an appellate court ordered a retrial on two counts.
A Livingston man this week admitted to federal charges of possessing child pornography.
Two Roundup residents who admitted helping a felon get a firearm as a membership requirement for a motorcycle club will spend time on federal probation.