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Aug. 27, 2016
Two women were found dead in their home on LaPlatte Street.
Both died from gunshot wounds. "A note at the scene indicated the women had planned to die together," Sheriff Ed Lester wrote in a press release.
Neither woman had been seen for several days, and one of them had not shown up for work, the release said.
Officers entered the home today shortly after 1 pm. There they found the bodies of both women. A weapon was found at the scene, the sheriff wrote.
The names of the women are being withheld pending notification of relatives. Their remains have been transported to the Montana State Crime Lab by BSB Coroner Lee LeBreche, and autopsies will be conducted, the release said.
"There is no evidence to to indicate that anyone else is involved in the deaths. We are continuing to investigate this matter in an effort to determine the sequence of events that led to this unfortunate incident," the sheriff wrote.
- Cobban to Front, from Harrison to Montana – sweeping;
- George south, from Continental to Harrison - sweeping;
- The area around the Butte Country Club – sweeping;
- Top of Main, La Platte to Granite, Clark to the East – sweeping;
- Lower West Side, Park Street to the South and Excelsior to the West – Flushing;
- Main and Granite – Continue Street Painting;
- Butte High School area – repainting/repairing crosswalks; and
- Continued pot hole filling and crack sealing
- Meadow Brook Drive – pipe replacement work – road will be open with traffic control measures;
- Area around 2604 Evans Street (near intersection of Evans and Thomas), traffic will be open, equipment will be in and out of area – pipe repairs; and
- Intersection and general area of Wynne and Water Line Road – New Southside Pump Station work – Section of road closed to traffic
- Aluminum Street from Washington to Main Street – Sewer replacement, road closed; and
- Granite and Main Street Extension:
- The Intersection of Granite and Ophir;
- The Intersection of Park Street and Mining Museum Road;
- Montana Tech Road and Mining Museum Road; and
- The North Entrance to Montana Tech’s Natural Resources Building
Aug. 26, 2016
Someone entered a garage on Excelsior and stole a bag of six coffee mugs.
They then entered a nearby garage and left four of the mugs there.
Nothing else was taken, even though far more valuable items were within reach.
The persnickety coffee mug burglar struck around 9 am yesterday morning, police report.