murder

Bozeman Spouse Killer Gets 102 Years
Q2 in Billings reports that a Bozeman man, accused of using a frying pan to kill his wife, has pleaded guilty. Jake Collins faces up to 102 years in prison for the New Years Eve 2016 homicide. He was scheduled to go on trial in August for deliberate homicide and tampering with evidence, but chose to…
MSC Orders New Trial
Q2 reports that the Montana Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a Billings man convicted of a 2015 murder in a Heights trailer court, ruling a lower court improperly excluded evidence indicating a key witness may have been on drugs at the time of the crime...
2016 Police Report
The murder rate in Billings decreased significantly in 2017 from 2015, but according to the annual Billings police report released Thursday, robberies, rapes and police shootings have increased dramatically over that same time period. Go to; KTVQ...

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