Fidgeting on a couch in the living room of his house, while at the same time trying to corral his rambunctious 4-year-old son, Billings police officer Grant Morrison is clear about how 30 seconds of one night 10 months ago have turned upside-down both his life and that of his family in the d…
As Montana law enforcement agencies investigate the fourth officer-involved shooting – and third fatality – in less than a month, the state joins a national debate over the use of lethal force.
Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder identified the man killed in a deputy-involved shooting Thursday evening as Loren Simpson, 28, of Billings.
The first day of what is expected to be a two-day examination of the fatal shooting last April of Richard Ramirez by Billings Police Department Officer Grant Morrison included intense and emotional video of the incident and the moments afterward.
A Bismarck, N.D., man shot by a Sidney police officer last Friday is recovering at St. Vincent Healthcare and was in fair condition on Wednesday afternoon.
A 20-year-old man who was shot in the hand by a deputy in February pleaded guilty Tuesday to multiple felonies in connection to the theft of two pickups and two high-speed chases, one of which ended with a truck 50 feet down a cliff.
The Billings police officer involved in the shooting of Richard Ramirez, 38, on Monday night followed protocol, Chief Rich St. John said at a press briefing Wednesday.
Billings police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that happened shortly after 11 p.m. Monday night near the corner of Jefferson Street and State Avenue.
A coroner's inquest jury said Wednesday that Billings Police Department Officer Grant Morrison was justified when he fatally shot a man in a Billings neighborhood in February.
A Crow Agency woman who was shot in the chin as she tried to elude two Bureau of Indian Affairs officers and sideswiped their patrol vehicles will spend more than two years in federal prison.
Police and the county coroner confirmed Tuesday that Jason James Shaw, 32, of Billings, was the man killed Monday by a Billings police officer.
A Billings woman has denied a felony burglary charge stemming from an incident that ended with a Billings police officer fatally shooting her husband as he fled in a stolen police car in early January.
The Yellowstone County Coroner's Office confirmed Wednesday that Daniel Brawley, the burglary suspect who died last week after a police officer shot him as he drove away in a police patrol car, died of a gunshot wound.
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