Former Missoula County Undersheriff Josh Clark is seeking damages totaling $750,000 after the Montana Human Rights Bureau found that current Sheriff T.J. McDermott had discriminated against Clark by "demoting" him to patrol, but Sheriff McDermott says that claim amount is "highly unreasonable."
The findings of a Human Rights Bureau investigation into the actions of Sheriff T.J. McDermott were released today, September 3, and indicate that Sheriff McDermott discriminated against his political rival Josh Clark when demoting him to a patrol position after the 2014 election.
UPDATE 8:00 p.m. Sunday, June 7
Detectives with the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office are asking anyone with information regarding Friday’s shooting to please contact our office.
A human rights complaint filed by Missoula County Sheriff’s Captain Mike Dominick against Sheriff T.J. McDermott was released to the press yesterday, June 2, alleging that the McDermott had used his power and position to grant favors to political backers while punishing those on a political “enemies list...
HAVRE, Mont. (AP) — The Chouteau County sheriff's office is investigating after a Michigan couple reported being assaulted and left unconscious in the Bear Paw mountains in north-central Montana.
Deputy Dennis Hale tells KOJM-AM in Havre that an area resident picked up the hitchhiking couple on May 6...
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Missoula County has settled a lawsuit filed by a sheriff's deputy who said she was discriminated against when she was repeatedly questioned about a kiss she shared with a married deputy at her residence during a time when he failed to respond to a 911 call.