A Pryor man on Thursday admitted federal charges that he sexually abused a child who was under the age of 12.
A Busby man will spend three years and four months in federal prison for assaulting his wife on Valentine’s Day last year.
A Crow Agency woman who admitted she was drunk when she ran over another woman, severely injuring the victim’s leg, will spend time in a prerelease center.
Breaking into a Billings police officer’s personal vehicle and stealing a department-issued firearm and other items sent a man to federal prison for more than three years.
A Roundup couple accused in a large methamphetamine scheme that brought the drug from California to Montana for distribution in the Bakken oil fields admitted federal charges on Thursday.
A Washington man admitted federal gun violations after he held a knife to a Wal-Mart clerk in Billings and stole a semi-automatic rifle and ammunition last year.
A federal judge Wednesday rejected a plea deal for a Fairview man convicted in a large methamphetamine conspiracy in the Bakken oil fields, saying the agreement didn’t reflect the crime or the defendant’s record.
A Billings man admitted he was driving drunk last year when he wrecked his vehicle on Blue Creek Road, seriously injuring three young children who were passengers.
A Wyoming man who admitted stealing 688 pounds of explosives from a U.S. Forest Service bunker near Red Lodge in 2013 apologized at sentencing Thursday, saying he never intended to panic area residents or scare anyone.
Admitting his role in a drug conspiracy, a Billings man said Wednesday he drove his legally blind ex-brother-in-law on four trips to pick up methamphetamine.
A former Rockvale resident admitted possessing child pornography during a hearing Tuesday in U.S. District Court.
A Billings man nabbed near Bozeman with about a pound of nearly pure methamphetamine in his vehicle admitted federal charges on Friday.
A California woman told a federal judge Thursday that she shipped two packages of drugs she suspected was methamphetamine to Montana for distribution.
A Billings man admitted Wednesday he helped distribute methamphetamine for a California drug dealer and deposited proceeds into the man’s bank account as part of a large drug operation.
A Billings man previously convicted of civil rights violations stemming from a 2000 white supremacist attack on minorities in Pioneer Park admitted Tuesday to illegally possessing firearms.
Rod Souza was sworn in as a new District Court judge on Monday morning. Souza defeated William Speare in November to earn the position.
Two women who admitted distributing nearly pure meth for the leader of a large distribution ring that brought the drug from Washington to the Bakken oil fields of Eastern Montana and North Dakota will spend time in federal prison.
A Billings woman admitted she received more than $26,000 in federal Social Security Administration benefits after lying about the presence of her husband in her household.
A Crow Agency man on Tuesday admitted he stabbed a juvenile female during a confrontation in October 2013.
A woman who distributed methamphetamine in Billings and the Fort Peck Reservation to support her pain pill addiction will spend five years in federal prison.