Montana Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
When it came time to hike garbage pickup and landfill fees Monday, the Billings City Council chose an option with a smaller initial increase over one that would have increased the charge $2.01 per month beginning July 1.
The Montana Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force has handed over to federal prosecutors the case involving West High School’s ex-girls basketball coach.
Law enforcement officials are continuing their investigation into the Internet use of last year’s West High girls basketball coach.
The West High girls basketball coach and physical-education teacher, who authorities last week revealed was the subject of a federal internet crimes investigation, came to School District 2 highly recommended.
A West High teacher and coach was placed on administrative leave Wednesday after it was revealed to School District 2 officials that he is the subject of an FBI Internet and computer usage investigation.
HELENA — A Helena man was arrested Saturday and charged with attempting to meet what he thought was a man and his 12-year-old son for sex.
HELENA — A substitute teacher hired about two weeks ago at Four Georgians Elementary in Helena and who police say downloaded child pornography at home has been charged with felony sexual abuse of children.
Last week, while 150 Montanans were gathered in Billings for the Justice for Children Conference, federal authorities in North Carolina arrested a man on charges of sexual exploitation of a 14-year-old Helena girl.
HELENA -- A North Carolina truck driver suspected of blackmailing a Helena teenager into sending him pornographic photographs has been arrested and charged with sexual exploitation of a child.
HELENA -- If elected attorney general, Democrat Pam Bucy said Monday she will build on an existing effort to teach online safety to middle-school students so they can avoid the future risk of exploitation, harassment, identity theft or worse.
A Billings man faces federal coercion charges after he was arrested Sunday in Lewistown when, according to authorities, he showed up for a meeting arranged by an undercover officer who had posed as an underage girl in Internet chats.
Billings Police Officer George Zorzakis began his talk on child safety by holding up a smart phone for his audience of elementary parents to see.