Toby Eugene Griego
A man sentenced to 22 consecutive life sentences last year for raping three women and attempting to rape a fourth is appealing his case.
A Billings judge has scheduled a sentencing date of July 25 for convicted serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego.
Three of the women Toby Eugene Griego raped and assaulted last year were assessed by nurses at Billings Clinic who are specially trained in examining sexual assault victims and collecting evidence, including some of the graphic, telltale photographs used at trial.
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.
A 12-person jury Monday convicted Toby Eugene Griego, a “true serial rapist,” of all 27 charges against him — including 10 counts of rape — stemming from home-invasion attacks on four women last year.
A 12-person jury Monday convicted serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego of all 27 counts against him, stemming from four home-home invasion robberies, kidnappings and sexual assaults.
After five days of testimony, prosecutors and the defense rested their cases Friday in the trial of suspected serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego, who chose not to testify.
After five days of testimony, prosecutors and defense counsel rested their cases Friday in the trial of suspected serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego, who chose not to testify.
Jurors in the trial of suspected serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego heard a wide range of testimony Thursday, including that it should come as no surprise investigators didn't find fingerprints or DNA evidence linking him to any of the crimes he is charged with committing.
Eleven witnesses, including two Billings Police detectives and a certified shoe inspector, testified for the state Thursday in the fourth day of testimony in the trial of suspected serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego.
Two more women prosecutors said were raped last year by Toby Eugene Griego testified Wednesday in the third day of testimony in his trial.
Billings Police Department Detective Blake Richardson testifies in the trial of Toby Eugene Griego in Billings on Wednesday.
Billings Police Department Detective Blake Richardson hands Yellowstone County Attorney Rod Souza a cast of a shoe print during the trial of Toby Eugene Griego in Billings on Thursday.
Toby Eugene Griego leaves court after his trial was adjourned for the day in Billings on Wednesday.
3:45 p.m. update: In testimony Wednesday afternoon, the fourth victim said she woke up to someone talking to her.
Two women that prosecutors said were attacked by suspected serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego testified on Tuesday, giving detailed accounts of what happened when they were assaulted last year.
3:15 p.m. update: The trial this afternoon included testimony from the second victim, who was attacked on April 25.
Prosecutors said suspected serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego took a cellphone video — showing his face — during the home invasion of one of the four victims he is accused of attacking last year.
5:30 p.m. update: The attorneys in the trial of suspected serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego finished their opening statements early Monday afternoon, and the state's first witness, a police detective, finished his testimony at about 5 p.m.
About 200 potential jurors filed through the county courthouse Wednesday in the first day of jury selection in the trial of suspected serial rapist Toby Eugene Griego.