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A couple was charged Wednesday with exposing their three children, ages 12, 11 and 6, to methamphetamine use, and the mother faces an additional charge that she threatened the oldest child with a knife.
Prosecutors charged a second person on Wednesday in connection with a pair of August 2013 home invasion robberies that targeted three elderly women, including two retired nuns who were seriously injured.
At the end of a two-day trial on Tuesday, a jury convicted a 21-year-old man of sexually assaulting a young girl but acquitted him of raping her twin sister.
When a woman confronted her 41-year-old live-in ex-boyfriend in early August about a camera hidden in a hole in her shower, he told her he had installed it the day before, according to prosecutors.
A 49-year-old man who has pleaded guilty to assaulting his wife, his fourth domestic-violence offense, was sentenced Monday to five years probation.
A Billings judge on Tuesday ordered 15 years of probation for a Georgia man who pleaded guilty in an elaborate check-cashing scheme and admitted that he skipped out on an earlier sentencing hearing in that case.
A man prosecutors said broke into a home and offered to share his heroin with the homeowner when he was caught pleaded guilty Tuesday to felony burglary and drug possession.
A 28-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to a homicide charge alleging he shot and killed a man in downtown Billings on Oct. 2 and to three additional felonies alleging he attacked another man on Nov. 17, fracturing his face while beating him 15 to 20 times with a stick.
A Billings police dog helped officers catch a suspected car thief who reportedly ran from police on Sunday near the Heights Wal-Mart.
A man appeared in court Monday on allegations he burned his girlfriend with a cigarette lighter, slapped her with the side of a butcher knife and told his sons to get rid of evidence of his meth use after he injected himself with the drug.
Investigators have used DNA recovered from a cigarette butt to link a woman to an August 2013 home-invasion robbery in which two elderly nuns were beaten and seriously injured.
A man accused in an Oct. 2 homicide is facing charges in another case alleging that a day before his arrest he entered a Billings home without permission and fractured a man’s face while beating him 15 to 20 times with a stick.
On a Monday morning in March 2012, a 20-something man stepped out onto the Rims above Billings and appeared to be considering jumping to his death.
A man arrested after police went to a house described by a prosecutor as “covered in blood” is facing two counts of assault with a weapon, and another man remained in critical condition Friday with a stab wound to the chest.
On Friday, the day her son would have turned 3 years old, a Bozeman woman was sentenced to 20 years of state supervision for falling asleep while drunk and smothering him to death in a Billings hotel room in 2012.
A man accused of choking his wife in December 2013 and then using a metal pipe to hit a man who tried to intervene pleaded guilty Friday to aggravated assault.
A woman admitted Friday that she endangered her son by driving while under the influence of prescription drugs.
A 29-year-old man admitted Friday that he assaulted his wife in March — less than one week after he was sentenced for beating the same woman.
A woman accused of scratching her boyfriend’s face until he bled and then beating him with a piece of wood appeared in court Thursday on a felony assault with a weapon charge.
A Billings judge Thursday sentenced a 34-year-old man to the Montana Department of Corrections for felony counts of DUI and criminal endangerment.
Two men — identified by investigators as a driver and a gunman — are facing felony charges in connection to a pair of recent casino robberies committed in Billings in the span about five hours.
A 59-year-old man admitted Thursday that he fired a shotgun inside a downtown Billings apartment in April and pleaded guilty to felony criminal endangerment.
A woman arrested Nov. 7 after she allegedly pulled a gun at a Billings coffee kiosk and demanded money from a barista pleaded not guilty Thursday to felony robbery.
A 42-year-old woman admitted Thursday that she drove the wrong way on Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 in August and that her blood alcohol concentration was more than twice the legal driving limit at the time.
A 32-year-old man accused of giving an underage girl cocaine and having sex with her at a Billings trailer home in May 2013 pleaded not guilty Thursday to felony sexual intercourse without consent.
A 27-year-old man facing two felony assault charges is accused of choking and head-butting his girlfriend after they got into a fight and she reportedly told him to kill himself.
A man accused of threatening a captain in the Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office with a wooden rod on Tuesday is facing a felony assault with a weapon charge.
Authorities arrested a 28-year-old man in Hardin on Tuesday, a day after charging documents were filed alleging he shot and killed a 36-year-old man in Billings on Oct. 2.
A February trial has been set for a man charged with attacking three elderly women — two of them nuns — during home-invasions in August of last year.
A man’s eighth DUI — committed less than three weeks after he was given probation for his seventh DUI — prompted a judge to revoke his probation Tuesday and sentence him to three years with the Department of Corrections.
A 19-year-old man received a partially suspended 10-year sentence Tuesday for multiple offenses, including assaulting a Laurel Police officer, in connection with a February incident that ended with his arrest and his co-defendant crashing a stolen pickup after being shot by a sheriff’s deputy.
A driver who witnesses reported fell from his pickup when he parked it at a convenience store appeared in court Monday on a felony DUI charge.
A 21-year-old man is facing charges that on Sunday he sped around the South Side while drunk, hit a curb that deployed an airbag injuring his girlfriend, and later assaulted her father when he came to assist her.
A judge Monday ordered 10 years in the Montana State Prison for a man convicted of failing to register as a violent offender and on multiple drug charges.
A judge Monday gave a 24-year-old man a three-year deferred sentence for leading police on a high-speed chase through Laurel that ended with a crash.
A Billings judge has sentenced a Georgia man to 20 years of probation and ordered him to pay more than $60,000 in restitution for his role in an elaborate check-cashing scheme.
A judge Monday ordered a three-year sentence for a woman who pepper-sprayed a Wal-Mart employee who confronted her after she shoplifted at the store in April.
In a roughly three-hour deposition Friday, a prosecutor grilled a woman about discrepancies in the accounts she has given of what happened the January night her husband is accused of shooting and killing a man she was with in Lockwood.
A judge Friday gave five years of probation to a man who has admitted to meth possession and exposing himself outside a Billings church.
A judge Thursday declared a woman a persistent felony offender and gave her a five-year sentence for driving while high and causing two crashes within minutes of each other last December.
After nine hours of deliberation, a jury found a man guilty Wednesday night of raping a woman in April 2013 in a retrial of a case that ended with a hung jury in July.
A 50-year-old man appeared in court Wednesday on a felony domestic assault charge alleging he slapped his girlfriend in the face Monday.
The second of two men who posed as law enforcement officers during a January 2013 kidnapping-turned-homicide faces 40 years in Montana State Prison and won’t be eligible for parole until Feb. 1, 2028.
A Billings judge on Monday gave a man six years of probation for his role in a check-cashing scheme that prosecutors have connected to an Atlanta gang.
A woman arrested Friday after she allegedly pulled a gun at a Billings coffee kiosk and demanded money from a barista appeared in court Monday on a felony robbery charge.
A 31-year-old woman was sentenced Monday to five years with the Montana Department of Corrections for lying to police as they investigated the cause of third-degree cigarette lighter burns inflicted on her boyfriend’s 6-year-old daughter, who has Down syndrome.
One of four men charged in a March 2013 home-invasion pleaded guilty Monday to felony robbery.
A man with a lengthy history of domestic violence pleaded guilty Friday to charges in two cases involving the same victim, his girlfriend, and admitted he bit her on the arm in August.
A 19-year-old woman appeared in court Friday on charges she burglarized her mother’s home Wednesday and stole her 2014 Honda sport utility vehicle.
A 32-year-old man allegedly gave an underage girl cocaine and had sex with her at a Billings trailer home in May 2013.