A Sidney man has admitted he distributed methamphetamine he got from Robert Armstrong, a Washington drug dealer convicted in a large trafficking ring that brought the drug to the Bakken oil fields.
A Big Timber man will spend more than five years in federal prison for his role in a large drug trafficking case that brought nearly pure methamphetamine to the Bakken oil fields.
A Wyoming man admitted Thursday to stealing more than 500 pounds of explosives that belonged to the U.S. Forest Service after finding a bunker near Red Lodge while looking for a place to camp.
A Billings man accused of converting a rifle to a machine gun and selling it admitted to a federal firearms charge on Thursday.
A Billings man admitted he illegally possessed a firearm after a sheriff’s deputy responded to a call at the Huntley Diversion Dam of men firing guns. Deputies seized numerous guns, including a sawed-off shotgun.
A Hardin man who questioned whether he was the driver will spend five years on federal probation for a drunken driving crash on the Crow Reservation that killed a passenger and injured two other passengers.
A Fairview man who sold methamphetamine and other drugs to an undercover agent will spend 57 months in federal prison.
A Lame Deer man denied federal charges this week that he assaulted two people with a chainsaw on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
A former pharmacist in Sidney admitted federal allegations Tuesday that he distributed a prescription painkiller that caused the death of a local resident.
A federal judge sentenced a Lame Deer man on Wednesday to more than 11 years in prison for raping a woman after luring her into a bedroom.
A Pryor man who admitted having sexual intercourse with a minor after a Facebook conversation will spend almost five years in federal prison.
A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced the former director of Housing Montana in Billings to two years probation and fined her $1,000 for stealing money from the organization.
A Shepherd woman who helped traffic at least 8 pounds of methamphetamine will spend about 10 years in federal prison.
The former director of the Crow Tribe’s Historic Preservation Office and his son avoided federal prison sentences on Wednesday for convictions in a corruption scheme, but they will have to pay restitution — although the amount is far smaller than what the prosecution claimed.
A Hysham woman who has held public office and had lived a law-abiding life for 70 years admitted to federal charges of possessing methamphetamine.
A Fairview man who fed his own addiction by helping to traffic nearly pure methamphetamine in the Bakken region will spend four years in federal prison.
A Hardin man who admitted driving drunk when he wrecked his truck, killing one person and injuring two others, cannot withdraw his guilty plea, a federal judge has said.
A Billings woman accused of selling pounds of methamphetamine in the community will spend five years in federal prison.
A Scobey man who worked as a physical therapy assistant on Monday admitted federal charges that he worked with another person to steal pain medication from patients.
A former Billings woman admitted Monday to trafficking meth from her home but disputed the 10 pounds alleged by federal prosecutors.