Laurel Police and Yellowstone County Sheriff's detectives have captured a woman wanted for violating her probation, but her male partner remains at large Friday.
Laurel Police chief Rick Musson said officers and detectives went to a room at the Howard Johnson Inn, 310 1st Ave. S., to serve warrants on Stanley Kipp and Ourgenny Ady. Kipp is wanted for violation of parole. Ady is also wanted for violation of parole, plus Billing police have a felony forgery warrant for her and she is a suspect in at least one Yellowstone County forgery, Musson said.
The pair registered into the hotel with a third person under an assumed name. When police and detectives arrived, the three fled through a back window. Police do not have any information on the third man.
Kipp and Ady fled in a Ford Taurus, Musson said. They proceeded to an area near the intersection of U.S. Hwy 212 and Wilkins Road, where they drove off the highway. They then drove across a lawn and into an alfalfa field, then abandoned the car and proceeded on foot. A 911 call alerted police to the couple's whereabouts, and police apprehended an injured Ady. Musson would not reveal the extent of her injuries, other than to say they were not life-threatening.
Kipp remains at large. Musson said he doesn't believe Kipp is armed, but because he is fleeing law officers, he may be considered dangerous.