Crime Roundup: Man Accused of Digging Ditch On Another Homeowner’s Property
With just 13 felony cases this week, the workload at the Missoula County Attorney's office may seem a bit lighter than normal, however, County Attorney Kirsten Pabst says there were a number of particularly sad and one very unique case handled by her office.
"Five of those were drug cases, two were family violence cases, one of which was an extremely serious felony case. There were two sex cases that we are looking at, one of which evolved a child sadly. There was a privacy in communications case, in which there was alleged threat made over the telephone to a girlfriend's ex. Then there was a failure to register and carring a concealed weapon charge .
The man accused of digging a ditch on someone else's property is Glenn Keith Broughton, who was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct. The ditch appears to be no minor feat either, according to charging documents it is two feet wide and 18 inches deep in some places.