Billings MT: Suspect, Victims, Homicide, Lockdowns-(Rampant Crime)


Sheer madness happened all in one night (last Sunday in fact) in Billings, Mt. In the last few years Billings has become a hotbed for crime, and in a big way.

“It was a horrific night on 12th Street West Sunday night as three different crime scenes developed in a matter of minutes and led to a seven-hour standoff in a Billings home. 

The first is an alleged homicide that was captured by surveillance video provided to MTN by neighbors in the area. It appears the man attempts to break into multiple cars along Avenue F before finding a 45-year-man in the driver’s seat of one. 

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The suspect shot and killed the man and then stole the vehicle and fled the scene. The gunshot was heard by nearby neighbor Beau Burton.”

 “I was cooking dinner and I heard a boom and the car squeal off, so I came outside, and nothing was around obviously because the car had taken off,” Burton said. “I just went on with my day and then my neighbor called me, and he said, ‘there were detectives, and they were taping off the area.’” 

You can read the rest of the story here. By: Charlie Klepps 8KPAX

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