A Billings judge Thursday sentenced a 34-year-old man to the Montana Department of Corrections for felony counts of DUI and criminal endangerment.
A 42-year-old woman admitted Thursday that she drove the wrong way on Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 in August and that her blood alcohol concentration was more than twice the legal driving limit at the time.
A man’s eighth DUI — committed less than three weeks after he was given probation for his seventh DUI — prompted a judge to revoke his probation Tuesday and sentence him to three years with the Department of Corrections.
A driver who witnesses reported fell from his pickup when he parked it at a convenience store appeared in court Monday on a felony DUI charge.
A judge Thursday declared a woman a persistent felony offender and gave her a five-year sentence for driving while high and causing two crashes within minutes of each other last December.
A man who drove drunk and caused a crash near Worden that injured two people in May was sentenced Friday to five years of probation.
A woman accused of having meth and causing a crash while driving high appeared in court Thursday on four criminal charges.
A 37-year-old man appeared Monday in Yellowstone County Justice Court on charges alleging he drove drunk with his 7-month-old child in the vehicle.
A man who drove drunk and crashed into a Billings police officer’s patrol car in April was given three years probation Thursday and ordered to pay a $3,000 fine.
A Billings woman was charged Thursday for drunken driving with her infant son in the vehicle.
A man who has admitted driving drunk and causing a May 2013 crash in the Heights that investigators said injured the driver and five others was sentenced Tuesday to three years of probation with the possibility of having his record cleared.
A suspected drunken driver was charged Monday with punching a Yellowstone County sheriff’s deputy in the mouth during a weekend traffic stop.
A Billings man who was one of the first to graduate from a District Court treatment program was sentenced to 13 months in prison for his fifth drunken-driving offense on Monday.
BOZEMAN — A Livingston man who served six months in jail for a 2001 drunken driving crash that killed his passenger has pleaded guilty to violating his probation when he was arrested on suspicion of DUI this spring.
A 36-year-old man pleaded not guilty Friday to accusations that he drove drunk and endangered his two children, who were his passengers, during an Oct. 10 hit-and-run crash.
A judge Thursday sentenced a 34-year-old woman to five years with the state Department of Corrections for driving drunk with her 14-year-old daughter as a passenger on Halloween night last year.
A 44-year-old woman who prosecutors accused of drunkenly driving into a cornfield off Interstate 94 in September 2013 has taken a plea deal and on Tuesday admitted to a felony drug charge.
A Billings man denied on Friday what is at least his fifth drunken-driving offense.
A 22-year-old man made an initial court appearance Wednesday on charges alleging he drunkenly drove the wrong way down a one-way street in Billings, hitting another vehicle head-on.
A 31-year-old woman accused of driving with her two children as passengers while under the influence of marijuana made an initial court appearance Tuesday on DUI and endangerment charges.