A habitual traffic offender accused in a recent high-speed chase that ended in a pileup at a busy intersection in Billings pleaded not guilty to a dozen charges in Yellowstone County District Court on Friday.
A 60-year-old man took a plea deal Friday and admitted to animal cruelty charges for neglecting two horses, one of which may need to be euthanized, according to a prosecutor.
A man who admitted he attempted to kill a Billings police officer and a restaurant worker in a shooting outside a Heights restaurant in July is scheduled to be sentenced in February.
A man sentenced last week to almost nine years with the Montana Department of Corrections is facing a felony domestic-assault charge accusing him of beating his common-law wife in November.
The Billings Police Department on Monday named recipients of the officer, supervisor and employee of the year awards, as well as three other officers recognized for their contributions to local law enforcement efforts.
After less than an hour of deliberation, a 12-person jury on Tuesday convicted a 30-year-old man of felony domestic assault for choking his girlfriend in April.
A 26-year-old man initially accused of trying to run over a contractor after being fired from a roofing job pleaded guilty Tuesday to a reduced charge of misdemeanor negligent endangerment.
A man recently charged with raping a 23-month-old has admitted to police that he sexually assaulted a 6-year-old girl last year, according to prosecutors.
A Delta flight bound for Paris with more than 200 people on board made an emergency landing in Billings shortly after 7 p.m. Monday after an “electrical odor” was detected, according to an airport official.
A man arrested after a stabbing outside a South Side bar late Friday night made an initial court appearance Monday.
A man accused of severely neglecting two horses — one found to be at a high risk for starvation, the other with an infected penis sheath — is facing four felony animal cruelty charges.
Prosecutors have charged a woman with selling meth to an informant three times and exposing a 6-month-old child to methamphetamine.
One of two people accused of beating woman in a July dispute over a bag pleaded guilty Friday to felony aggravated assault.
A Billings judge on Thursday set bond at $175,000 for a man facing a dozen charges after his arrest in connection with a high-speed chase in a stolen vehicle that ended in a collision involving four other vehicles.
A 47-year-old woman admitted Thursday that she set fire to a South Side home in February.
The FBI and Bureau of Indian Affairs are investigating the death of a man who, according to his family, was stabbed to death outside his home north of Lame Deer on Nov. 22.
A coroner’s inquest has been scheduled for early January in the death of an unarmed man shot and killed by a Billings police officer.
Prosecutors have charged a man with choking his girlfriend twice in the same night, once while she was on the phone with a 911 dispatcher.
A 31-year-old man accused of repeatedly punching his girlfriend in the face appeared in court Tuesday on a felony domestic assault charge.
A 30-year-old woman appeared in Yellowstone County Justice Court on a felony burglary charge alleging she broke into a Billings residence in May.
A man is facing two felony assault with a weapon charges accusing him of ramming a vehicle driven by his wife, injuring both her and their 4-year-old son, in August.
Two 22-year-olds arrested Sunday after a knife-wielding man robbed a convenience store on 17th Street West made initial court appearances Monday on felony robbery charges.
A man accused of choking his girlfriend and threatening to kill her children pleaded not guilty Friday to a felony aggravated assault charge.
A couple pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that they exposed their three children, ages 12, 11 and 6, to methamphetamine use — and the mother denied an additional charge alleging she threatened the oldest child with a knife.
When a woman confronted her ex-boyfriend about a camera lens peeking through a hole in her shower, he told her he had put the camera in place to monitor chickens he had been cleaning, prosecutors say.