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.
A coroner's jury ruled Wednesday that the shooting of Richard Ramirez by Billings Police Officer Grant Morrison was a noncriminal, justifiable homicide.
WARNING: This video contains graphic content. Officer Grant Morrison's dashboard camera captured this video of his fatal shooting of Richard Ramirez during a traffic stop on April 14, 2014.
Billings Police officers visit Betty Ramirez's home looking for her son, Richard Ramirez. This is the police audio of that visit.
This video from Billings Police Officer Brad Ross' patrol car shows Officer Grant Morrison walking with Ross back to his patrol car, wobble and then fall over off-screen. Ross responded to the scene after Morrison fatally shot Richard Ramirez.
Crystal Jones was one of the occupants of a car with Richard Ramirez when he was shot by police in April 2014.
Ramirez family members including Richard's mother Betty, right, react to seeing video of the shooting of Richard Ramirez by police at an inquest at the Yellowstone County Courthouse on Tuesday.
Ramirez neighbor Dustin Halverson appears in a coroner's inquest into the police shooting in April. Halversen was the driver of the car Richard Ramirez was in when he was shot.
Officer Brad Ross listens to his dash camera video as fellow officer Grant Morrison breaks down after the shooting of Richard Ramirez in April 2014.
No new information has been released in the investigations of two officer-involved shootings that left a Missoula man dead and an Evaro man injured last week.
MISSOULA — An attorney for the family of a man who was shot and killed by a Missoula police officer said Saturday he has significant issues with the official version of events leading to the death of Kaileb Williams.
Starting Tuesday, a seven-person jury will review events surrounding the death of an unarmed man who was shot and killed by a Billings police officer in April.
BUTTE — George Skuletich remembers his first day as sergeant vividly. Not for the promotion, but because on that day in 1992, he shot and killed a man.
DEER LODGE — A Deer Lodge police officer responding to a 911 call from an armed suicidal man shot and killed a 28-year-old on Friday night.
MISSOULA — A police officer in Deer Lodge has killed a man after responding to a report of suicide threat at a residence.
Protesters pour milk on a protester who had been sprayed with pepper spray in downtown St. Louis on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 25, 2014. Protesters had occupied the flyover lanes of I-44 in downtown St. Louis next to Lumier Place until police forcibly removed them. Photo by J.B. Forbes, jforbes…
St. Louis police use pepper spray on protesters who refused to leave the flyover lanes of I-44 in downtown St. Louis on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 25, 2014. The protesters had occupied the highway blocking all lanes for about a half hour until police forced them to leave. Photo by J.B. Forbes, …
A protester is restrained after getting close and yelling at a St. Louis county officer in Ferguson on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 17, 2014, Photo by J.B. Forbes, firstname.lastname@example.org
Walter Rice, 73, right, from Ferguson, holds up the flag as the rain starts to fall and confronts the Missouri Highway patrolmen who were blocking the road near the Ferguson Police Station on North Florissant Avenue on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 10, 2014. "You should be ashamed of yourself,"…
A large crowd of protesters marches out of the apartment complex on Sunday evening, Aug. 10, 2014, in Ferguson, towards W. Florissant, as they protest the shooting of Michael Brown. Photo by J.B. Forbes, email@example.com