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.
A Sidney man will spend five years in federal prison for distributing methamphetamine he got from the leader of large trafficking operation that brought the drug from Washington to the Bakken oil fields.
The former owner of Payless Auto Sales, a failed Billings dealership, apologized Thursday in federal court for hurting friends and family in a large scheme that defrauded banks and others of nearly $400,000.
Two Washington men caught in Montana with two pounds of nearly pure methamphetamine destined for Minnesota will spend at least 10 years in federal prison before facing deportment.
A Billings man who admitted selling a machine gun he had converted about 20 years ago will spend five years on federal probation.
A Lame Deer couple this week admitted they exposed their young children to methamphetamine while distributing the drug from their home.
A Billings man denied multiple federal firearms charges during an arraignment Monday in U.S. District Court.
A California woman told a federal judge in Billings on Friday that she helped her imprisoned son, also in California, by mailing methamphetamine to Billings for redistribution and laundering the proceeds.
A Lame Deer man on Thursday admitted he assaulted another man with a running chainsaw, injuring the victim’s face and hand.
A California man stopped in Dawson County by the Montana Highway Patrol has admitted to having 19 grams of methamphetamine in his vehicle.
A Fairview man who kicked out a window of a Montana Highway Patrol trooper’s vehicle and tried to escape on foot has admitted to federal charges that he trafficked methamphetamine in Richland County.
A Colorado man who admitted trafficking methamphetamine in the Billings area, including two pounds of the drug found stashed in cans of clams, will spend 10 years in federal prison.
A Glendive man convicted of possessing child pornography will spend five years in federal prison.
A former Sidney pharmacist will spend four years in federal prison for supplying prescription painkillers to a woman who died from an overdose.
A Billings woman with four state felony convictions for having posed as a nurse to get painkillers admitted doing it again, only this time she was charged in federal court.
A Laurel man who was at the lower end of a large methamphetamine ring but had a long criminal record will spend 12 years in federal prison.
A Crow Agency man said he was drunk when he threatened three boys with knives after he startled them while the children were playing in a shed.