District Judge Russell C. Fagg speaks during the sentencing of Toby Eugene Griego Friday morning. "I’ve never seen a more dangerous criminal or a bigger predator in our community," Fagg told Griego.
District Judge Russell C. Fagg on Friday gives serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego 22 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole for raping three women and attempting to rape a fourth.
Police detective Ken Paharik testifies during the sentencing of serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego Friday morning. Paharik was a lead investigator in the case.
Toby Eugene Griego, 42, listens to testimony during his sentencing for rape Friday morning. He was sentenced to 22 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole, plus 60 years and six months, for raping three women and attempting to rape a fourth.
Toby Eugene Griego, 42, enters the courtroom with his attorney, Regional Deputy Public Defender David Duke, Friday morning. Judge Russell C. Fagg gave Griego 22 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole for multiple counts of rape and other charges.
Kelley Hollingsworh testifies about how rapist Toby Griego held her by her throat during Griego's sentencing Friday morning. Griego was sentenced to multiple counts of life without parole for rape.
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Justice was served in Yellowstone County District Court Monday when 12 jurors unanimously agreed that Toby Eugene Griego is guilty on all 27 felony counts stemming brutal attacks on four Billings women.
After three years of litigation, at least 406 Montana consumers who took out Internet payday loans at exorbitant interest rates from LoanPoint USA will have their loans forgiven and many will share a $233,000 settlement.
District Judge Russell Fagg ordered consecutive sentences to the state Department of Corrections for a Billings man who admitted assaulting his girlfriend and attacking her kitten.
A woman convicted of stabbing a man in the leg asked for leniency at sentencing on Tuesday, but the judge ordered her to prison.
Five women in state custody admitted Tuesday to walking away from prerelease programs last year.
Threatening another man with a knife after kicking him led to a suspended sentence for a Billings man.
A woman serving a federal sentence for fraud on Tuesday received a state sentence on drug convictions.
HELENA — The Montana Judges Association wants to make it more difficult for people with cases before district courts to substitute one judge for another simply by filing a statement that they believe the judge would not be fair or impartial.
The trial of accused serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego has been postponed until April.
A Billings woman was sentenced Tuesday for her role in the attempted robbery of a customer at a downtown fast-food drive-through last March.
A 48-year-old Billings man is facing several drug charges after prosecutors say police found him asleep behind the wheel of a running car stopped at an intersection with a marijuana pipe resting on his chest.
A Billings man convicted of defrauding an elderly couple out of their Harlowton home was given a deferred prison term and ordered to pay $55,000 in restitution.
The City of Billings doesn’t have to reveal the identities of five employees disciplined last year for looking at porn and other adult material on their work computers, the Montana Supreme Court ruled in a split decision Friday.