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Missoula Police Chief Mark Muir Looks Back as Retirement Approaches [AUDIO]

Mark Muir will be retiring as Missoula's Chief of Police on December 20 after a 22 year career in law enforcement.

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Dawnette Eaton
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Dawnette Eaton Sentenced to 38 Years for Running Over Missoula Police Officer [AUDIO]

Dawnette Eaton, 47, the woman who ran over Missoula police officer Deni Poling in an effort to escape arrest on a probation violation in January, was sentenced on Tuesday, October 22, to a total of 38 years in the Montana Women's Prison.

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Missoula Police Officers Honored at Special Ceremony – Deni Poling Receives Purple Star [AUDIO]

A group of Missoula police officers were singled out for special commendations Thursday evening in the city council chambers, including officer Deni Poling, who was run over by a fleeing suspect and gravely injured on January 7, 2013.

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McDonald's Crime Scene
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Officer Deni Poling Returns to Work – Will Receive Honor With Other Officers on Thursday [AUDIO]

On January 7th, Missoula police officer Deni Poling was badly injured after being run over by a car driven by a suspect trying to escape arrest on a probation violation. Chief Mark Muir said this week that Poling has returned to work on a limited basis.

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Police officers to be honored in two ceremonies
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Missoula Police Officers to be Honored at Two Ceremonies in May [AUDIO]

Missoula police officers have been placed in harm's way several times in the past year, and the City of Missoula will honor these officers in two separate ceremonies in May.

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Dawnette Eaton
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Missoula Police Officer Cleared of Wrongdoing For Using Deadly Force [AUDIO]

Missoula Police Chief Mark Muir received a memo Thursday afternoon clearing Lieutenant Richard Stepper of any wrongdoing for using deadly force in the case of Dawnette Eaton.

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McDonalds crime scene
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UPDATE: Alleged Accomplice to be Charged in Missoula Police Officer Dragging Injury

 

A woman is in the Missoula County jail Wednesday morning who allegedly gave assistance to suspect Dawnette Eaton after the incident Monday night where she is accused of backing over and dragging Missoula police officer Deni Poling, seriously injuring her.

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