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Anaconda - Former state hospital doctor, Mark Jay Catalanello who was arressted back in March on misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and possession of drugs was arrested again yesterday in Anaconda. Catalanello was attempting to post bail for a woman and officers arrested him on a warrant. As he was being booked he attempted to hide a syringe in his cast, says Montana Standard.
The Montana Folk Festival has announced that it has received $200,000 in donations and grants. Click here for the list of performers.
The McCaughey septuplets, born in 1997 are graduating high school. Their birth spurred debate on the use of fertility drugs. They are also the first surviving septuplets in the world, says NPR.
In Hanoi on Monday President Barack Obama said, "This change will ensure that Vietnam has access to the equipment it needs to defend itself and removes a lingering vestige of the Cold War," after lifting the ban on weapons sales, says NPR
Bill Cosby will stand trial in 12-year-old sex case. The female victim in the case said that Cosby gave her three blue pills that put her in a stupor which caused her unable to stop his advances. The judge said that there is enough evidence to move forward with a trial, says The Chicago Tribune.
Baltimore - Verdict just in on the Freddie Gray Case. Baltimore police officer Edward Nero has been found not guilty of all four misdemeanor charges. April 19, 2016 Freddie Gray died while in custody from complications caused from a spinal cord injury. The injury occurred while en-route to the jail after his arrest. Protesters gathered outside as the verdict came in, says NPR.
It may be days still until there is an answer as to why the dock collapsed at Canyon Ferry killing a 3 year-old Butte boy, Landon Haight. A team has been assembled to investigate the specifics of this case and to review the findings before submitting a report, says local media.
Baltimore - Freddie Gray was arrested in April of 2015 and while being transported in a police van he fell into a coma. Today Baltimore will receive its first verdict in the Gray case, says The New York Times.
Butte - Linked Adventures a new shuttle and bike-rental service targeted to the outdoors types is coming to Butte. They will offer a variety of shuttles and bike riding possibilities. May 27th is the grand opening, says the Montana Standard.
New York - In an attempt to strengthen relations between the United States and Vietnam President Obama announced that U.S. will end the 50-year ban on sales of lethal arms to Vietnam, says The New York Times.
April 3, 2014
A mid-afternoon accident at Galena and Montana left this car disabled in the intersection.
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