Billings woman Renee Lynn Neutgens, was arrested and charged with criminal possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to Billings Police report #18-47332 on July 3rd at 5 in the evening Billings Sergeant Jensen and Billings patrol Officer A. Edwards were dispatched to the area of 814 South 28th street to assist the Child Protection Service case workers. The CPS case workers alleged that they only wanted to check on the house conditions but according to a couple of bystanders, they heard the CPS case workers discussing on how to take the child regardless as to the condition of the home.
According to 911 dispatch logs, Billings CPS case workers had called in and told the dispatch that there was drug activity in this house. Dispatch then relayed this information to Sergeant Jensen and Officer A. Edwards.
When Billings Police Sergeant Jensen and Officer A. Edwards arrived at the residence located at 814 South 28th street they first met with Billings CPS case workers who stated that they had met with the home owner.
According to a MNA CPS sources, CPS had received multiple reports regarding this residence and the fact that children were in the home in question.
Both Billings Police Officers migrated to the back of the building. According to CPS sources, the owner of the property rents out to several different individuals to different people. A female later identified as Renee Lynn Neutgens briefly peeked out at Officers and the quickly closed the back gate.
Renee Neutgens, ran in an attempt to elude the Officers and in the process threw a plastic baggie over the fence. Officer Edwards in his investigation photographed the baggie that was lying in the alley. The baggie was opened up and inventoried.
Inside of the baggie were several syringes that were loaded and had a clear liquid in them. The liquid was tested and later came back as METH. Renee Neutgens was detained without further incident and remanded to the Yellowstone County Detention Center.