A Billings man accused of breaking into an off-duty police officer’s vehicle and stealing a department-issued rifle and other items admitted to federal firearms charges on Thursday.
The Yellowstone County Attorney's Office will not file charges against a man who shot his house guest after mistaking him for an intruder in the Billings Heights.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a man who was shot in the leg Sunday night during a home invasion that he is suspected to be involved in.
Gov. Steve Bullock now has the names of five Billings attorneys from which to choose the next District Court judge for Yellowstone County.
An attorney for a man convicted in the 2005 stabbing death of a transient argued in a hearing Wednesday that her client previously had ineffective counsel and as a result was wrongly convicted of felony murder.
A federal jury began deliberations on Wednesday in the trial of two Billings men who are accused in the theft of 136 firearms from Con-way Freight in Billings in August 2010.
Two Billings men accused in the theft of 136 firearms from a freight trailer at Conway Freight in Billings went on trial before a jury Monday in U.S. District Court.
Enshrined in Montana law is a special week in March dedicated to the right to bear arms – MCA 1-1-24, for skeptical readers.
Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Deputy Clay Hackbarth felt uneasy as he approached a Lockwood trailer house to check on a report that a man on felony probation had been drinking alcohol.
Christian Nava was sentenced Monday to more than 17 years in prison by a judge who said the Billings man has shown he cannot be supervised by probation authorities.