Several people are receiving treatment for bruises and broken bones at Missoula’s St. Patrick Hospital after an early morning crash on Highway 93 North at the top of Evaro hill involving a bus carrying ten passengers and a pickup truck. Montana Highway Patrol trooper Phillip Smart says the truck attempted a left-hand turn in front of the bus, and the two vehicles collided.
University of Montana Commencement for 2012 marked the end of a tumultuous school year. A year marked by sexual assault allegations and investigations, along with the release of Athletics
Director Jim O’Day and head football coach Robin Pflugrad. University of Montana Vice
President for External Affairs Jim Foley is now looking toward the future.
Two men, one adult and one juvenile, wanted in connection with a rash burglaries in the Target Range area were apprehended in South Dakota yesterday. Highway Patrol troopers spotted the stolen Toyota Highlander and attempted to pull the vehicle over, but the driver led the troopers on a high speed chase up to 114 miles per hour that ended when the vehicle rolled.
The search has been suspended for a 19 year-old man who jumped off the Madison Street Bridge Wednesday evening and disappeared in the swollen Clark Fork River. Missoula County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Jason Johnson says search and rescue boats and jet-skis traveled down the Clark Fork for several miles, but found no trace of the young man’s body.
During the early morning hours on Wednesday, Missoula County Sheriff’s Deputies responded
to several reports of burglaries in the area of North Ave and Clements Road. As of 10:00
am the number of reports had grown to nine and more reports were coming in.
It took from late Friday until early Saturday morning, but Missoula City Fire, Missoula Rural Fire and Life Flight teamed up to rescue a young man who had crashed his motorcycle on Blue Mountain at about 8 p.m. on Friday night.
Assistant Fire Chief Jeff Brandt says city fire was able to utilize some specialized rescue equipment to help transport the victim uphill to where the Life Flight helicopter could take him to the emergency room at St. Patrick Hospital.
Missoula CPA Patty Lovaas received a letter Friday from the United States Supreme Court, informing her that the Court will hear the lawsuit she has filed on behalf of the citizens of Montana over the increase in property taxes levied in 2008. Lovaas says the chance of an individual citizen’s case filed without an attorney being heard by the Supreme Court is less than 5%.
On May 7, the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office took a report from an
elderly victim that had been scammed by someone representing themselves as her
grandson. The scammer told the victim he was her grandson, he was in jail in Canada and needed $9000.00 to bondout of jail or “they” were going to keep him in jail for several months. Another scammer representing himself as a police officer with the Ontario Police Department got on the phone and reaffirmed that money needed to be sent.
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