A young man shot dead in traffic and in houses, also killed a dog
The Missoula County District Attorney’s Office charged 13 new felony complaints this week, down from the trend that began in July. County District Attorney Kirsten Pabst said it was a welcome relief, but this week’s cases were still serious in nature.
“We have charged four cases of assault against a partner or a family member, two cases of violence against a family member, two cases of endangerment, both involving criminal endangerment and high prosecution. speed, two drug cases, one involving methamphetamine, heroin and suspected fentanyl, a property crime this was a first offense of theft and two administrative crimes, including failure to register as a sex offender and a fugitive from justice out of Washington state, ”Pabst said.
In one case, a minor was charged with attempted intentional homicide, aggravated animal cruelty, assault with a weapon and aggravated burglary.
“In this case, the youngster would have taken his father’s handgun and then walked around shooting side-by-side at vehicles traveling in the opposite direction and shooting at houses,” Pabst said. “He allegedly killed a dog and broke into a residence. And it starts again like this several times. In this particular case, we are planning to accuse him as an adult.
Pabst also mentioned that she was really impressed with the number of spectators who spoke this week, which she said is quite unique.
“In almost every case of assault on a partner or family member that we have indicted this week, the danger and the victim’s plight have been brought to the attention of authorities because responsible passers-by saw something. thing and they called it, ”Pabst said. “Thanks to these people. We really appreciate this. We never know. If you see something, say something. “
You can listen to Pabst’s full report below.
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