The attorney for fired Missoula County Sheriff's Deputy Paige Pavalone said on Wednesday that the case against the county and the sheriff's office has moved another step forward with the Montana Human Rights Bureau.
Paige Pavalone, the fired Missoula County Sheriff's Deputy, has filed suit for wrongful discharge in Lewis and Clark County, due to the close relationship between the defendants and the Missoula judiciary.
The backlash from fired Missoula County Sheriff's Deputy Paige Pavalone's lawsuit filed late Wednesday in Lewis and Clark County District Court has begun with a question from the attorney representing Missoula County. In a press release from Communications Coordinator Katie Klietz, she relayed a stat…
Fired Missoula County Deputy Paige Pavalone has filed a lawsuit in Lewis and Clark County District Court against Sheriff T.J. McDermott, County Attorney KIrsten Pabst and County Human Resources Director Patty Baumgart.
On the Tuesday, April 21 KGVO Radio Talk Back show, Josh Van de Wetering, attorney for fired Missoula County Deputy and former Public Information Officer Paige Pavalone said his client wants her day in court.
UPDATE 6:00 a.m. Tuesday, April 21..Following the story KGVO News reported on Monday afternoon, our news partners at NBC Montana provided this update: NBC Montana was able to reach Pavalone's attorney, Josh Van de Wetering, for comment. He said she plans to file suit against Missoula County and calle…
Several search and rescue crews have been combing Placid Lake since about noon Saturday, Aug. 25 looking for DelRay Saeman, 69, of Great Falls, whose boat was found drifting on the lake with no one on board.