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Jamie Hewitt could find no peace on the 800 block of North Montana.
First he was disturbed by a woman who was merely trying to leave her home.
Hewitt shouted at the woman and then ran towards her.
She fled back into her home and called the police.
When officers arrived, Hewitt was passed out on the sidewalk.
Officers arrested Hewitt for disorderly conduct, police said at today's media briefing.
Hewitt is 44 and from Butte.
Jan. 28, 2015
The young man who committed suicide Monday in a Montana Tech parking lot was from Belgrade, police said.
His parents reported him missing shortly before the incident. They had not been able to contact him for two days.
He was 19, and a student at Tech, police reported.
Jan. 26, 2015
A Butte woman attempted to buy a monkey from an online source, but no monkey arrived, police said.
The woman paid the online source $140.
When the monkey failed to arrive by plane as scheduled, the woman called the source back. The victim was told to send an additional $400.
The Butte woman refused and then contacted the police.
The Montana Standard reported this afternoon that a Tech student committed suicide in one of the school's parking lots. The student's family has been notified, the paper reported.
Some surfaces of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko have a bumpy texture that European Union scientists compare to goosebumps, NPR reports. The bumps were observed the European Space Agency's Rosetta probe. The origin of the bumps has not been determined, NPR said.
Democrats are hoping that Republicans will do further damage to their immigration image at the Iowa Freedom Summit this Saturday in Des Moines, Politico reports. The event is co-sponsored by Steve King, a Republican Congressman from Iowa who has compared immigrants to "dogs." Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie will attend the conference, the Des Moines Register reports. Citizens United is also a sponsor of the event, Politico reported. Posted from my iPhone using Joomla Admin Mobile!
Venerable retailer J.C. Penney will be back in print. The company stopped issuing its "Big Book" five years ago, but told NPR that it was bringing back a slimmer catalog.
The New England Patriots beat the Indianapolis Colts to win the AFC Championship. New England will face the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl. The Patriots dominated the Colts, beating them 45-7.
The Seattle Seahawks overcame the Green Bay Packers lead to win the National Football League's NFC Championship.
Seahawk quarterback Russel Wilson had a shaky game before it went into overtime.
The Hawks relied on running back Marshawn Lynch's 157-yard running effort to stay in the game, but Wilson rose to the occasion, marching his team 87 yards to win in overtime, the Washington Post reported.
The Seahawks now move on to the Super Bowl. , 2015
Jeffrey Lackman of Whitehall received an eighty-year sentence for shooting a Butte man in August of 2013.
Lackman was sentenced for the murder yesterday in district court.
Judge Brad Neuman added ten years to Lackman's sentence because Lackman used a handgun to commit the crime.
Lackman shot Mark Partelow in the face in a yard on Casey Street in Butte. Lackman was under the influence of meth amphetamine when he shot Partelow.
Lackman was sentenced to ten years in prison in May of 2014 for possession of Meth Amphetamine with intent to distribute, local news outlets reported.
April 3, 2014
A mid-afternoon accident at Galena and Montana left this car disabled in the intersection.
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