The family of Robert Hutton got some good news just in time for Christmas. The son and brother they thought might have been a victim of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, has turned up alive and living in Montana.
Jordan Linn Graham will be tried for the murder of her husband on their honeymoon. Prosecutors think Cody Lee Johnson could have been wearing a blindfold when he fell to his death.
Convicted small-time criminal Kimball convinced the FBI to release him and use him as a snitch. Little did agents realize, Kimball was a serial killer using them to go on a multi-state spree.
You heard it everybody: Very soon, it will be legal in Montana to eat your very own road kill, or someone else’s. This in response to concerns that roadkill is a waste of meat that some might otherwise hunt to eat. Even so many find the concept unpalatable to say the least.
A woman drove home from the bar and parked two feet from the curb but wasn’t able to walk from there. She called 911 and told the operator she was “too damn drunk” to get out of her car.
A former high school teacher in Montana has been released after serving just 30 days in prison for raping a 14-year-old student who has since committed suicide.
The Montana teacher sentenced to 30 days in prison for the rape of the one of his underage students will face a new, longer sentence.
The judge who sentenced a Montana teacher to 30 days in jail for the rape of his 14-year-old student has apologized for his comments on the case.
This Montana man spiked the coffee pot at his office with methamphetamine after a coworker suggested he get a drug test.
In a bizarre case in Billings, Mt., a grandfather has been convicted of burglary. According to testimony heard in court, around 5 a.m. on December 12, 2011, Michael Howard Moullet, 59, used a tire iron to break into the home of his former daughter-in-law, who lived with his two grandsons, because, he claimed, God told him to.