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Montana Follows Nation With Rising Violent Crime Rates

The National Crime Victimization Survey reports that America's violent crime rate jumped up 15 percent in 2012. Statistician Tyson Mclean works as the Statistical Analysis Center Director at the Montana Board of Crime Control and he said Montana's crime rate is up too.

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Missoula Authorities Searching for Suspect of Multiple Vehicle Break-Ins

Missoula authorities have details about the suspect of a string of vehicle break-ins after residents chased down an individual seen breaking into cars on Sunday, October 20.

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Frenchtown Man Charged With Kidnapping and Assaulting Dillon Woman

A Frenchtown man has been charged with aggravated kidnapping, assault, and aggravated assault after being accused of suffocating his girlfriend and transporting her against her will from Dillon to Kreis Pond north of Frenchtown.

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Nevada Student Shoots Teacher, Wounds 2 Others, Commits Suicide

At a middle school in Sparks, Nevada, on Monday morning, a student shot and killed a teacher, then shot himself in the head fatally, according to early police reports.

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New Anti-Human Trafficking Signs Required at Montana Rest Stops

Montana authorities are attempting to better fight human trafficking by displaying awareness posters across the state.

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Two Suspects Sought For Theft, Purchasing iPad In Missoula on Stolen Credit Cards

Missoula County authorities are attempting to track down the two men featured in the photo above as suspects in a local theft case. 

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Update – Wednesday Night Armed Robbery Was Drug Deal Gone Bad [AUDIO]

UPDATE - Thursday, October 10, 12:30 p.m.

Missoula police were called to what was described as an armed robbery on South 4th East and Gerald on Wednesday, October 9 at 7:22 p.m.

Further investigation by police detectives have determined that the incident involved individuals involved in what may have been a drug deal gone bad. Detective Sergeant Travis Welsh said the alleged victim and his attackers may have been familiar with each other before the incident.

"It appears that there had been some possible communication between these parties prior to the meet," Welsh said. "The conversation had centered around the possible sale of narcotics. When the alleged victim of this robbery arrived , he was accosted by a male he had been communicating with, accompanied by another male who allegedly pointed the weapon. The two then took the narcotics from the alleged victim and fled the area,"

Welsh said a similar incident occurred in Greenough Park a few days earlier that may have involved two men with similar descriptions.

"At this point we are comparing this incident with another that was reported earlier in the week in which we have two suspects that at least appear at this point to match the descriptions of the individuals reported last night," Welsh said. "In that situation, no narcotics were stolen. The victim was assaulted and allowed to leave the area."

Welsh said no charges will be filed in either incident until the investigations are complete.

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Missoula police responded to an armed robbery on Wednesday, October 9 at approximately 7:22 p.m. at the corner of South 4th East and Gerald.

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Police Seeking Information on Missoula Conveniance Store Robbery Suspect

Missoula police detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect of a robbery that occurred just before midnight at a Brooks Street convenience store on September 26, 2013.

An image (see photo above) of the suspect entering the store was captured by an in-store security camera just before the robbery took place

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Goodwill Employee Who Gave Discounts to People in Need Rewarded by Getting Arrested [VIDEO]

Sometimes, having a big heart can cause big problems.

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Teen Heroin Use Is a Problem That Can’t Be Ignored

While the news bombards us with reports about bullying, it turns out there is another serious issue plaguing teenagers today: heroin use.

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