A man pleaded guilty Thursday to charges that he caused a DUI crash near Worden in May that injured two people.
The 24/7 Sobriety program keeps about 70 people out of the Yellowstone County jail every day.
A Billings judge ordered three years probation for a man who endangered his 3-year-old son last November by driving under the influence in a car running on three tires.
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.
A man a prosecutor said has nine prior DUI convictions appeared in court Wednesday on charges that he drove drunk, crashed and then ran away and had to be pursued by police.
A woman charged with driving the wrong way on Interstate 94 while drunk made an initial court appearance Monday.
Less than three weeks after a Billings judge give him three years of probation for a seventh DUI, Robert Loren Mock was arrested July 11 on suspicion of driving drunk in Wheatland County.
A man with six DUI convictions made an initial court appearance Monday on a seventh charge of driving under the influence.
In less than 30 minutes Tuesday morning, a jury reached a unanimous verdict and convicted a 76-year-old man of felony DUI for drunkenly causing a crash in January.
A Billings judge on Wednesday gave a man a partially suspended 20-year sentence for a 10th DUI conviction.
A man appeared in court Tuesday and admitted that he was driving drunk on New Year’s Day when he crashed, injuring all six of his passengers.
A woman who graduated from a treatment court last summer pleaded not guilty Friday to a sixth charge of driving under the influence.
A Washington state woman accused of driving drunk the wrong way on Interstate 94 with a box of wine in her car is facing DUI and criminal endangerment charges.
A Billings judge on Tuesday followed the recommendations made in a joint plea agreement and gave a three-year suspended sentence to a man for his seventh DUI.
It took a Billings jury 16 minutes to find Edwin Cuch guilty of his 14th drunken driving offense.
A Billings judge on Tuesday sentenced a man who previously admitted that he endangered his toddler son while driving drunk after assaulting the child's mother.
A man arrested Sunday after a crash at the intersection of Bobolink Street and Dickie Road made an initial court appearance Monday on felony charges of DUI and criminal endangerment.
Edwin Cuch, 62, is facing his 14th DUI charge.
A man prosecutors say drunkenly drove the wrong way down Interstate 90 on Sunday made an initial court appearance Monday on multiple charges.
A Billings woman made an initial court appearance Monday on her fifth DUI offense.