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Debbie Irick took a lighter, some Ibuprofen and a bottle of Gold Bond Powder from Walmart, police told reporters yesterday. The items totaled $3.00, police said. The fine for such a theft is typically $350, a police spokesman said. Ms. Irick is 54 and from Butte.
A trailer worth roughly $5,000 was stolen from 109 North Parkmont Street. A lock near the trailer's hitch had been cut. The trailer is gray and roughly 16 feet long. No suspects have been identified, police told reporters yesterday.
The Director of the Butte Chemical Dependency Center has been suspended. Dr. Mark Jay Catalanello has been suspended from his Butte job, and his job as a physician at the state mental health hospital in Warm Springs. The doctor is suspected of relapsing into chemical dependency himself, but has not tested positive for drugs, KXLF reports. Teens, romance and social media. NPR's Brakkton Booker discusses how teens interact romantically on social media. Patti Smith's groundbreaking album "Horses" is 40 years old this year. That marks a perfect time for the release of her memoir "M Train" which covers those four decades, reports The Washington Post. The New York Times The New York Times.
When Patty Yasenak went to the police station to report that her red 2014 Harley Davidson had been stolen, the day turned from bad to worse.
It turned out that Yasenak possessed an outsrtanding warrant. When officers took her into custody, they found she possessed a glass pipe and meth as well, police reported.
Yasenaks visit was longer than she expected.
The great Yankee catcher, Yogi Berra, is dead at 90.
Carly Fiorina mopped the floor with Donald Trump at the CNN Republican primary debate, but according to Vox.com, much of what she said just wasn't true.
April 3, 2014
A mid-afternoon accident at Galena and Montana left this car disabled in the intersection.
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