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A Billings man who told a judge he broke into the home of his former daughter-in-law because he had a premonition that his grandsons were in danger was sentenced Friday to 10 years at Montana State Prison.
Assistant Attorney General Brant Light questions Walter Larson Jr. on Monday in Dawson County District Court. Larson testified at his trial for the 2008 murder of his ex-wife, Susan Casey, telling jurors that he did not kill the mother of his two children.
Walter Larson Jr. testifies Monday in Dawson County District Court, where he was on trial for the 2008 murder of his ex-wife, Susan Casey. Monday night, the jury returned guilty verdicts against him.
Ted Casey, who was married to Susan Casey at the time she went missing in 2008, was among witnesses called Friday at the murder trial of Walter Larson Jr. Ted Casey gave a detailed account of his activities during the time that Susan Casey disappeared. Larson's defense attorney told jurors e…
Walter Larson Jr. appears in court Thursday at his trial in the 2008 killing of his ex-wife, Susan Casey.
Billings Police Sgt. Shawn Finnegan shows a District Court jury in Glendive a sweatshirt taken from Walter Larson Jr.'s apartment in Billings the day his ex-wife was reported missing. Finnegan and other Billings officers were asked by Glendive police to speak with Larson about Susan Casey's …
Dawson County District Judge Richard Simonton, left, speaks with attorneys Thursday at the Walter Larson Jr. murder trial.
Former Dawson County Undersheriff Wally Peter is questioned Wednesday by defense attorney J. Thomas Bartleson as Walter Larson Jr. looks on duing the third day of Larson's trial for the 2008 murder of his ex-wife.
Deputy Ross Canen of the Dawson County Sheriff's Office shows jurors Wednesday a list of cellphone calls made by Walter Larson to Susan Casey in the hours before she disappeared on April 12, 2008. The records show Larson made 30 attempts to reach Casey between midnight and 5:45 a.m. Canen sa…
Walter Larson and one of his defense attorneys, Randi Hood, enter the Dawson County Courthouse on Tuesday.
Walter Larson sits in court Tuesday for opening arguments.
A 32-year-old man who kicked in the door of a downtown motel room and attacked a woman until another guest intervened made conditional admissions Tuesday in District Court.
Montana children at risk of abuse and neglect are getting some new help.
The Montana Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a Billings man who said his assault charges should be dismissed because police officers didn't see the loaded shotgun in his hand until he dropped the weapon.
A couple with ties to Texas and Wyoming were charged Friday with abducting a man from a Billings motel at gunpoint.
Billings sisters Rose and Daisy Edwards were stabbed to death inside their apartment, prosecutors say in charging documents filed Wednesday.
A 15-year-old Billings boy accused with four other teens of causing tens of thousands of dollars in damage during a holiday vandalism spree appeared Tuesday in Youth Court.
A man who participated in an attack on a fellow transient in a downtown motel room was sentenced Monday to 10 years at Montana State Prison.
A man accused of kidnapping, torturing and beating his girlfriend for several days has struck a deal with prosecutors.
A former Billings Police Department employee has been charged with embezzling more than $26,000 with a city-issued credit card.
Six days after two men were arrested in the disappearance of Sidney math teacher Sherry Arnold, authorities remain silent on what evidence links the men to her abduction and apparent murder.
A Billings woman accused of attacking her husband and a police officer with a knife denied felony charges Friday in District Court.
A Billings man serving a suspended state prison sentence for impersonating a lawyer is facing federal charges that he created a fake “billion-dollar” outfitting business to fleece investors.
A man who tried to rob a Billings pharmacy wearing green face paint and a baby bib was sentenced Thursday after denying a new felony charge.
A man accused of driving drunk through the parking lot of the West End Walmart and crashing into the building after passing out behind the wheel was ordered held on $75,000 bond Wednesday.
A Red Lodge man has admitted to a felony charge of aggravated assault for an attack on his wife.
A man charged in the death of his 4-year-old grandson in a crash on Highway 212 has pleaded guilty.
Joseph Allen "Flip" Wilson struck a deal with prosecutors Tuesday morning while jurors were being picked for his trial on charges of participating in the beating of a man at a downtown motel.
The trial of a man accused of taking part in the beating of another man at a downtown motel began with jury selection Tuesday morning in District Court.
A Billings man accused of running away from a fatal one-vehicle crash in early December has been charged with negligent homicide.
A Billings man accused of assaulting his 5-week-old son pleaded no-contest to a felony charge Friday in District Court.
A man suspected in a Christmas Day shooting at a Billings motel appeared Thursday in District Court on an unrelated felony drug charge.
A Yellowstone County man awaiting trial on felony tampering and other charges has been charged with new offenses alleging that he tried to collect more than $100,000 from an insurance company by claiming that vandals plugged the sinks at his house.
The vandalism spree that began the day after Christmas and left shattered glass in streets and driveways all over Billings has slowed, but police were still tallying up the damage Wednesday.
A Billings man has been charged with three felony sex offenses and other crimes for an attack on his wife.
The criminal case against a wealthy Florida business man accused of violating Montana hunting laws has stalled while two judges decide whether the charges should be dismissed.
A Billings man has filed a lawsuit against a mental health center, alleging he was sexually abused as teenager by a female counselor.
A woman who was shot in the arm on Christmas Day has been charged with a felony drug offense.
Credit card receipts released by the city of Billings show a former employee spent thousands of dollars at several area retail stores before raising the suspicion of her superiors.
A 57-year-old homeless man told police he tried to steal money from a downtown Billings business on Christmas Eve morning because he was hungry and wanted to a place to stay for the night.
A Hardin man accused of causing a fatal one-vehicle crash while fleeing police has been charged with vehicular homicide.
A Billings man whose lawsuit against the city was dismissed is taking his case to the Montana Supreme Court.
Bond was set at $75,000 Monday in Justice Court for a Lockwood man accused of beating his young son and daughter.
A Billings man whose attempt to steal computers from a retail store and was thwarted by an employee who was fired for the incident admitted to charges Monday in District Court.
A Billings man serving a suspended sentence for the 2008 arson fire that destroyed Huntley Project High School is back in jail on alleged probation violations.
Bond was set at $50,000 Friday for a Billings man facing what prosecutors said is his seventh drunken-driving offense.
A former Billings Police Department employee was questioned about nearly 40 purchases she made with a city-issued credit card dating back more than four years before she was placed on paid leave.
A judge has denied a motion by the city of Billings to withhold an internal police document ordered released two weeks ago by the Montana Supreme Court.
An attorney for the city of Billings filed a motion Tuesday asking a District Court judge to withhold an internal Police Department document that the Montana Supreme Court ordered released two weeks ago.
A man arrested following a weekend fatal crash appeared Monday in Justice Court for an alleged probation violation.