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Former Chief Deputy Prosecutor Announces Run for County Attorney [AUDIO]

For 18 years she worked for the Missoula County Attorney's Office, then she left for private practice. Now, Kirsten Pabst has announced her intention to seek the office currently held by Fred Van Valkenburg.

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Deputy Jason Marks Announces Run for Missoula County Attorney [AUDIO]

Deputy Missoula County Attorney Jason Marks announced this week that he will run for the county attorney's office position now held by incumbent Fred Van Valkenburg.

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Report Released on Undercover Drug Case That Led to Officer Involved Shooting [AUDIO]

On June 28, Missoula County Sheriff's Detective Jonathan Stineford, working on a drug case, shot and wounded Harry Louis Van Pelt after Stineford thought Van Pelt was reaching for a gun.

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Missoula Woman Charged With Embezzlement From Local Truck Stop [AUDIO]

Jurinda Marie Schweigert, 25, of Missoula, was charged on Friday with felony embezzlement after allegedly stealing nearly $10,000 over nine months from the Crossroads Truck Stop and Travel Center.

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Larry Schwindt
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Former Missoula Deputy Pleads Guilty to Teen Sex Charges [AUDIO]

Former Missoula County Sheriff's Deputy Larry Schwindt appeared in justice court on Tuesday and entered a guilty plea to charges that he had an illegal sexual relationship with a 17 year-old boy that began in 2012.

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Missoula County Attorney Fred Van Valkenburg
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Missoula County Attorney “Not Interested in Trying to Further the Department of Justice’s Political Agenda” [AUDIO]

During Wednesday's news conference with the Department of Justice, the subject of the Missoula County Attorney's lack of cooperation with the various investigations came up yet again.

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Downtown Rally Calls for Justice for Chance Geery [AUDIO]

Dozens of people, some of who are friends and family of the late Chance Geery, gathered in front of the Missoula County Courthouse. They carried signs asking for justice for the young man who was killed on April 1 by a distracted driver while walking on the sidewalk along Mullan Road.

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DOJ investigation concludes
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D O J Investigation Targets University of Montana Office of Public Safety – County Attorney Could Face Litigation [AUDIO]

At the Thursday, May 9 press conference featuring Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division's Roy Austin, U. S. Attorney for Montana Mike Cotter and University of Montana President Royce Engstrom, steps to address the problem of sexual assault were spelled out.

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Facebook Page – Rally to Seek Justice for Chance Geery After No Felony Charges Filed in His Death [AUDIO]

On April 1, Chance Geery, 18,  was struck and killed by a distracted driver, Yoon Hee Cho, 38, an assistant professor at the University of Montana. It was determined last week that no felony charges could be filed in the case.

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No Felony Charges Against Driver Who Struck and Killed Teenager on Mullan Road [AUDIO]

Missoula County Attorney Fred Van Valkenburg, in a Thursday afternoon news conference, announced there would be no felony offense his office can prosecute in the matter where Chance Geery, 18, was struck and killed while walking with his girlfriend on the sidewalk on Mullan Road on April 1.

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