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Oct. 2, 2015
An alarm at Triple S summoned Butte police early this morning.
At around 5 am officers found a broken window at the home improvement store. Standing near the store's back door was Kyle Hamm.
A responding officer reported that Hamm appeared to be under the influence.
Hamm told police that he was being chased by someone.
A video provided by the store's management showed Hamm breaking the window, police said at a media briefing this morning. No pursuers appeared on the video.
When asked if he was under the influence of any drug, Hamm said that he had used methamphetamine two days earlier, police said.
Mr. Hamm has been charged with criminal mischief. Hamm is 18 and from Helena, police said.
A Montana Tech employee arrived home to an unnerving hole in his ceiling yesterday evening.
After entering his apartment, the man noticed fine debris on his desk. Looking upward, he spotted a small hole in his ceiling, police said.
The man approached his upstairs neighbor, a much younger man. The younger man confessed that he had discharged a .44 Magnum revolver round into his floor. The shot was an accident, he told his neighbor. It occurred when the young man was cleaning his revolver.
The older man called campus security, who in turn called BSB law enforcement, police said,
The county attorney's office is reviewing the matter, and that office will determine if any charges will be filed.
The incident occurred in college housing at 1037 Missoula Avenue. The apartments were once called "the greens," Undersheriff George Skuletich told reporters this morning.