In April, the Billings Police Department announced that it had learned during an investigation that three of its officers were engaged in sexual relationships with a former employee involved in a theft from the department's evidence storage.

The officers were disciplined for the relationships, which included having sex on city property and, in the case of two of the officers, while on duty. The three officers filed a lawsuit to prevent their names and other information in the case from being released.

The Billings Gazette and KTVQ asserted that the names and other records should be released to the public. Here is the complete coverage of the case of the officers's actions and the ensuing legal battle over those records.

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