Missoula, MT (KGVO-AM News) - At approximately 4:26 PM on May 18, 2024, a Missoula Police Department Officer was dispatched to an injury accident at the intersection of Brooks St. and Central Ave. The officer arrived on the scene and observed another officer speaking with a male, later identified as 34-year-old Anthony Crow.  

Crow was visibly bleeding from his face and was being checked on by medical personnel. The officer observed that Crow had a large laceration on his lower lip and blood on his arms, hands, and face and that there was blood smeared all over Crow’s vehicle. Crow’s vehicle also had significant front-end damage and was leaking fluid. 

The officer observed that Crow was incredibly restless, would not stand still, and fidgeted with his hands constantly. The officer also noticed that Crow’s pupils were very constricted, which can be caused by drug use.  

The officer spoke to the drivers of the other two vehicles involved who stated they were not injured. The drivers of each vehicle stated they were sitting in traffic and were rear ended from behind.  

The officer spoke to Crow who stated he had not had any alcohol and had not used any recreational drugs. The officer observed 7 out of 18 clues of impairment during Standardized Field Sobriety Tests.  

An MPD Corporal completed ARIDE tests and concluded that the totality of his observations were consistent with Crow being under the influence of drugs at the time of testing. According to court documents, Crow provided a preliminary breath test that showed no presence of alcohol.  

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Crow was placed under arrest for DUI and was transported to the Missoula County Detention Facility. The Corporal told the officer to look through the driver’s side window. On the floorboard of the driver’s seat, the officer observed in plain view a piece of tin foil that had burn residue and a melted small circular blue pill. 

A probation search was later completed for the vehicle. Officers secured the original piece of tin foil, 11 suspected fentanyl pills, a blue hollow straw with burn residue on the ends, and an uncapped syringe.  

Crow was on probation for one or more drug-related offenses at the time of the investigation. He is currently being charged with felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs, DUI, reckless driving, and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia. 

The information in this article was obtained from sources that are publicly viewable.  

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