After a finding was released by the Montana Human Rights Bureau that Detectives Jason Johnson and T.J. McDermott were victims of political discrimination, they each received a cash settlement from the county.
In a report released Friday, January 17, the Montana Human Rights Bureau ruled that Missoula Sheriff's Office Detective Specialist Two Jason Johnson was the victim of unlawful discrimination by Sheriff Carl Ibsen.
Missoula County Sheriff Carl Ibsen said Monday that no politics were involved in the removal of Detective Jason Johnson as the department's public information officer, and the appointment of his replacement, Deputy Paige Pavalone.
Sometime during the past week, from March 30-April 6, Missoula County Sheriff's Department spokesman Jason Johnson said some one stole a 4 by 6 foot fire danger sign from it's location on Big Flat Road, near O'Brien Creek Road.
Over the weekend, the White House released a forecast of how the sequester could effect Montana. One of the items on the list of cuts are $66,000 worth of grants to local law enforcement and prosecution agencie
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