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MISSOULA — An 18-year-old motorist who allegedly said he was “just having fun” when he pointed an air gun at other motorists and toward a day care center faces felony charges in Missoula County Justice Court.
MISSOULA — The allegations sound like something out of the HBO movie “Horrible Bosses.”
MISSOULA — A moose that kicked a woman trying to save her dogs on Blue Mountain on Thursday night will not be put down, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks said Friday.
MISSOULA — Stephen Roy Goodman, who pleaded guilty to hiding his mother after she allegedly ran over a Missoula police officer with her car, had a plea agreement all worked out.
MISSOULA — A Missoula police officer who’s suing the department’s highest-ranking woman for sexual harassment has filed new court papers saying she also grabbed another officer’s butt.
MISSOULA — Bail was set at $200,000 Thursday for the Missoula man accused of driving drunk and swerving onto a Northside sidewalk, killing a woman walking there with her sister.
One woman who reported a gang rape to the Missoula Police Department was told it was “probably just a drunken night and a mistake.”
A man accused of driving drunk and swerving onto a Missoula sidewalk, killing a woman who was walking there with her sister, is scheduled to appear in Missoula County Justice Court this afternoon.
Department of Justice attorneys sang the University of Montana’s praises Thursday for its efforts to address problems surrounding sexual assault, even as DOJ documents painted a damning picture of how assault cases involving UM students all too often were handled.
MISSOULA — Of all the substances Sam Martinez has abused – and there have been many – pills were the easiest to score.
MISSOULA — Jason Washington, a former University of Montana quarterback turned businessman and medical-marijuana entrepreneur, was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison on federal drug charges.
MISSOULA — One year ago today, attorneys from the U.S. Department of Justice flew from Washington, D.C., to Missoula to announce an investigation into how three local justice agencies handle sexual assault reports.
MISSOULA — A University of Montana basketball player pleaded not guilty Monday to a misdemeanor charge in connection with a weekend ruckus at a downtown bar, while a second player — a graduating senior — postponed his own court appearance in the same incident until next week. A third man arr…
MISSOULA — A University of Montana football player faces a misdemeanor drunken-driving charge after being stopped while allegedly speeding earlier this month.
MISSOULA — A young Missoula man who crashed a car on Hillview Way while driving drunk and on drugs, killing two friends and severely injuring a third, must serve five years in the Department of Corrections.
MISSOULA — A Missoula County District Court judge refused Tuesday to lower the bail for a man accused of holding a knife to a woman’s throat and kicking her broken leg, and also threatening to kill another woman and rape and kill her children.
MISSOULA — A 19-year-old Missoula man received a handful of suspended sentences Tuesday in connection with several Christmastime church burglaries, but will serve time in the Department of Corrections in another case.
MISSOULA — A bill approved by the Montana Legislature gives victims of domestic violence – both physical and emotional – the power to choose whether they want mediation in family law cases.
MISSOULA — A 28-year-old Lolo man stands accused of punching his wife of two weeks, threatening her with a gun, stabbing a friend who intervened, and then driving drunk and speeding as he took his friend to the hospital, according to court documents.
MISSOULA — A 49-year-old Missoula motorist who allegedly was too drunk to stand when police stopped her vehicle faces her sixth DUI charge.
A Missoula man accused of raping a 13-year-old girl during a night of drinking and three-way sex pleaded guilty Thursday to a single count of sexual intercourse without consent.
MISSOULA — A former University of Montana wide receivers coach and football player was ordered held on $100,000 bail Thursday after being accused of assaulting his pregnant girlfriend.
MISSOULA — One-time medical-marijuana entrepreneur Jason Christ was convicted Thursday of intimidation in connection with a 2010 telephone call in which he cursed Verizon employees and threatened to bomb their store.
MISSOULA — A man who was supposed to go on trial Thursday in a decade-old Missoula County rape case has pleaded guilty instead.
The Missoula Police Department’s investigation into the death of a pedestrian is awaiting the results of toxicology tests performed on the woman whose car struck and killed the 18-year-old Hellgate High School athlete.
MISSOULA — Brian Holm is behind bars.
MISSOULA — A man accused of shooting what appeared to be a handgun with a silencer – but that turned out to be an air gun – during an alleged road rage incident faces a felony charge of assault with a weapon.
MISSOULA — Brian Holm must report to Missoula County District Court within the week to launch the 15-year prison sentence imposed after a jury convicted him of killing a pedestrian 2 1/2 years ago while driving drunk and on prescription drugs.
MISSOULA — A man accused of holding a knife to the throat of a woman in a wheelchair and kicking her broken leg, and then threatening to kill another woman and rape and kill her children was being held Wednesday in the Missoula County jail on a suggested $50,000 bail.
MISSOULA — On the first day of spring break, Chance Geery and his girlfriend walked downtown to browse in secondhand stores, then hit McDonald’s for lunch before strolling back home along the sidewalk on Mullan Road.
MISSOULA — Once again, Brian Holm is trying to delay his date with Montana State Prison.
MISSOULA — A Missoula Police Department investigation determined that racial profiling was not involved on March 11, when police stopped and briefly handcuffed two black men.
MISSOULA — A 38-year-old Lolo man who was shot in the head after allegedly barging into another man’s trailer on St. Patrick’s Day was charged Tuesday with burglary and assault.
MISSOULA — Rape is among the most personal of crimes. But preventing it should involve the entire community, according to Victoria Banyard.
MISSOULA — Anti-government activist David Burgert, long a jabbing thorn in the side of law enforcement authorities, confounded them by vanishing into the woods.
MISSOULA — A man once accused of fatally slashing the throats of three women in a Florence hair salon was back in court this week, accused of violating the terms of his probation in a federal drug case.
MISSOULA —A man who was stopped by Missoula police after a Monday evening robbery has filed a complaint with the police department, alleging racial profiling.
MISSOULA — Despite sleet and rain, thunder and lightning, more than 100 people lined the Higgins Avenue Bridge on Wednesday evening to toss flowers into the icy waters of the Clark Fork River as a gesture of support for victims of sexual violence.
MISSOULA — Applause and sobs rang through a Missoula County courtroom Friday as former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson was found not guilty of sexual intercourse without consent.
MISSOULA - A Missoula County District Court jury has reached a verdict and is returning to the courtroom in the rape trial of former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson.
MISSOULA — Doctors dueled over a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder Thursday during the final day of testimony in the rape trial of former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson.
MISSOULA — The woman who accused former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson of raping her never said no the first and only time they had sex, Johnson testified Wednesday.
MISSOULA - Jordan Johnson took the witness stand in his own defense Monday and told a seven-woman, five-man jury how he met the woman who says the former University of Montana quarterback raped her.
MISSOULA — Jordan Johnson took the witness stand in his own defense Monday and told a seven-woman, five-man jury how he met the woman who says the former University of Montana quarterback raped her.
MISSOULA — An expert witness testifying for the defense Friday in the Jordan Johnson rape trial told jurors that, after reviewing records in the case, he found "no medical evidence the intercourse they had that night was non-consensual."
MISSOULA — Jordan Johnson told Missoula police detectives who interviewed the former University of Montana Grizzlies quarterback after he was accused of rape that he’s not the kind of person who would do something like that.
MISSOULA — A University of Montana dean choked up on the witness stand Wednesday as she described a meeting with a student who had told her earlier that she had been raped by Grizzlies quarterback Jordan Johnson.
MISSOULA — The nurse practitioner who performed a medical examination on the woman who said she was raped by former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson testified Friday that the woman’s injuries were consistent with “sexual trauma.”
MISSOULA — People who have been raped, especially by acquaintances, behave in all sorts of ways that might not seem to make sense, an expert witness testified Thursday in the rape trial of former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson.
MISSOULA — The woman who says former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson raped her a year ago testified Wednesday that she enjoyed making out with Johnson that night — up to a point.