As is my custom while preparing my Montana Morning news program, I was listening to the police scanner early in the morning last week, when I heard the 9-1-1 operator issue a call saying a person was threatening to take their own life...
In conversations with officials from both the Missoula Police Department and Missoula County Sheriff's Office, KGVO News was told that the New Year's Eve celebration was, for the most part, quiet and well-behaved.
Over the last three years, nearly 1,500 Missoula schoolteachers and administrators have undergone what is called 'Active Resistance Training', to prepare for a possible active shooter situation in a public school.
Missoula County Sheriff T.J. McDermott has asked the Missoula City Police Department to investigate an incident that occurred on Monday, in which sheriff's deputies responded to a call for service that included a gunshot suicide.
Retired former undersheriff Josh Clark originally had asked for nearly $1 million damages from Missoula County after his claim of discrimination was confirmed by the Montana Human Rights Commission, but would settle for $750,000.
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