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Scott Gordon Salisbury
A man convicted of his fourth drunken driving offense apologized on Monday during sentencing to Billings citizens he may have put in danger.
A man who prosecutors said fought with officers and was shocked with a stun gun during a drunken-driving stop admitted on Tuesday to a felony driving under the influence charge and a misdemeanor charge of obstructing a peace officer.
A Taser jolt failed to stop a man suspected of DUI from fighting officers Wednesday afternoon during a “significant struggle,” prosecutors said.