Yellowstone County Sheriffs Office
‘A horrible, horrible thing’: Family speaks of man slain in officer-involved shooting; has hired attorney
Loren Simpson’s family remembers him as loving and well-loved, a Lockwood welder, family man and proud owner of a dog named Dozer, who was injured by gunfire when his owner was killed.
Authorities arrested a man on Thursday night on a warrant accusing him of beating his girlfriend and burning her on a hot furnace in 2013.
Tuesday’s shooting incident is a great example of the state of public safety in Billings.
Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder warned the public on Friday of a current scam in which a caller asks somebody to pay a fine for a warrant or risk arrest.
Lynn Wood Okken, 54, has been identified as the man whose body was recovered from Lake Elmo on Saturday by Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office Lt. Bill Jones, the county coroner.
Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder identified a Billings man who died in a trailer fire on the South Side on Friday as Michael D. Lenning, 50.
A Billings woman died and a teenage boy and young girl were injured in a fiery rollover crash Sunday morning in Lockwood.
A fire that torched a mobile home in Lockwood on Sunday night remains under investigation.
The victim in a Tuesday morning shooting in Lockwood was identified as Walter White by the Yellowstone County Sheriff on Wednesday.
Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder identified a Molt man who died Friday in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 87 north of Billings as Daniel Charles Downs, 60.
A suspected drunken driver crashed a car in Lockwood last March and ran away before anybody showed up.
View footage of Yellowstone County Sheriffs Office's thermal imaging gear.
The Yellowstone County Fire Marshal said Wednesday that the cause of a Monday fire that burned a shop building near Acton to the ground is unknown but that it's not suspicious.
Montana gang investigators and School District will hold a public meeting on Monday night to discuss gangs in the state.
Emergency crews pulled a nearly drowned quadriplegic man from a ditch on the West End on Wednesday afternoon.
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The Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office has arrested a man accused of robbing a West End convenience store Friday night using a cup of hot chocolate.