The Forensic Science Division of the Montana Department of Justice released its 2017 annual report today, Wednesday,July 18, and revealed some of the hard numbers behind the spread of meth and heroine throughout the state
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox's office hosted a training session on Wednesday for law enforcement officers and prosecutors on how to best build a strong investigation and successful prosecution of death cases resulting from overdoses of heroin, fentanyl, and methamphetamine.
On Tuesday in Helena, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox released the results of a survey that he and his staff have been preparing for several months about how the state is responding to substance abuse issues.
25 year-old Amy Johnson, the woman who was caught speeding down the wrong way on I-90 and was apprehended with a meth needle still in her arm, was in court again on Wednesday from another drug-related incident
23 year-old Alex Wacker appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Thursday, charged with felony theft after what prosecutors called a '48 hour meth and heroin fueled crime spree' in which he allegedly stole a vehicle, credit cards, tools and other valuable items.