By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
Billings woman Angela Marie Hill was arrested and charged with criminal possession with the intent to distribute, case number CR 2018 -1959
August 7th, 2018 the Billings Police Street crimes unit commonly known as SCU, were investigating a Crime Stoppers tip about a woman who was reported as selling meth out of the Big Sky Apartments which are located at 710 North 18th Street in Billings.
Because of the location of the apartment Billings Police determinate that is would be too difficult to conduct surveillance on the apartment to gain further intelligence due to the fact that there was too much traffic in and out of the Apartment plus the location of the Apartment
Finally, Detective Hallam and Officer Beck made contact with the suspect at the apartment #104 as she was stepping out of her apartment.
Detective Hallam stated that he knew that she was dealing meth out of her apartment.
Officers requested to search the home of Angela Hill. Hill agreed to allow them to search her home.
Steve Hallam Badge #282 and Riley Finnegan--Investigations Badge #296 both, have an F rating on the Billings Police Rating site. Both are considered a threat to Public Safety and neither one of them can be trusted by the public. Detective Steve Hallam is a threat to the public safety and can not be trusted. He is dangerous to the public welfare and security. This Detective consistently, projects a self righteous bad attitude towards all members of the public. He openly promotes Cops vs. the public. Public Beware of this man.
Billings Police Officer,Benjamin Beck Badge #394 has an A rating on the Billings Police Ratings.
Once inside of the apartment they made contact with another individual by the name of Lisa Heberlein who is a niece of Angela Marie Hill.
Detective Hallam asked Lisa Heberlein if she knew that meth was being sold out of the apartment?
Lisa Heberlein just looked at Detective Hallam and remained silent and didn't say anything.
Hill told both officers that she was selling meth and where the meth was located in her bedroom. The meth was located in a small pink box.
Inside of that box was a clear plastic baggie with several grams of meth inside of it.
Numerous syringes loaded with meth and a baggie of sterile water supplies, a scale, a clear ziplock baggie with numerous small clear plastic baggies inside that.
Angela Hill Stated to Detective Hallam that she lived in the apartment for about two years and that she's been dealing meth for about 3 months as she was short of money and needed the cash.
Hallam then pressed her to narc on her supplier. Hill stated that she wanted her attorney and would not talk to the detective anymore. Hallam still continued to press Hill for her supplier, again Hill asked to have her attorney present.
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