Montana Morning news headlines for April 28. Headlines include a law enforcement chase, a mountain lion seen in town, a violent threat from an incarcerated suspect and updates on the new Fort Missoula Regional Park.
24-year-old Chelsea Denae Martin is being charged with her third DUI, but along the way to that charge, she racked up a steeper charge of felony criminal endangerment while she led authorities on a chase through Missoula that started Wednesday night.
The city of Missoula says it's "not entering the monument business" but also says it will be "selling gravestones" and performing "inscriptions." Private sector businesses say the city is trying to make money after wasting taxpayer funds.
The Missoula Police Department, acting on a tip, found 17 year-old Lacey Moore safe in a motel on the 3800 block of Brooks Street. Other than being hungry, she was found in good health. The missing persons advisory has been cancelled.
A stabbing in Missoula and a man involved in the mysterious deaths of two people now charged with theft. Also, a brewery bill gets closer to passing the Montana House after the Governor vetoes an "anti-shariah" bill.
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