By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
Billings man Dylan James Cheman aka Dylan James Youngblood was arrested and charged with a PFMA Assault charge. Cheman/Youngblood was accused of harming his wife. According to Billings Police report# 18-41466, on June 12, 2018, Billings Police Officer Steiber was dispatched to what was described as a weapons call.
A woman was driving South on North 15th street when she saw a female running out of a home and in the street. The woman was crying and seemed to be stressed.
The woman had no shoes on and was barefoot and appeared to be frantic. She was screaming to call 911. So the female driver of the bypassing vehicle called 911.
Another Billings Police Officer responded to assist Officer Steiber. Officer Hoeger was able to make contact with the frantic woman who turned out to be the wife of Dylan James Cheman/Youngblood.
The frantic woman stated that both she and her husband had been using meth about two days prior to today. She stated that her husband tried to commit suicide by OD'ing on Colonopin the evening before.
She told Officer Hoeger that they had been fighting the whole day and that he had punched her and kicked and strangled her.
She thought she was going to die.
The man's wife also stated that she had been punching him and at one point in the fight was strangling him also. She stated that she was not afraid of her husband at all.
Billings Police Officer Hoeger tried to wake up Cheman but that he was lethargic and very sleepy and had a hard time sitting up or even answering simple questions.
Due to the fact that Cheman/Youngblood had tried to overdose the night before, and the fact that he was unresponsive currently, Officer Hoeger called in a Medical response unit who took him to the Billings Clinic.
Later Officer Hoeger learned that Cheman/Youngblood ripped out the IV's that were in his arm and promptly left the hospital. According to Officer Hoeger, another incident just like this was back on July 12, 2018, in the Heights for a similar type of disturbance.
According to the Billings Police Ratings, Billings Police Officer Tina Hoeger badge#76 maintains an (A) rating. This officer can be trusted by the public and is safe and not a threat to the general public and goes out of her way to help the public.
This article was published by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter License# USPA-ID-US/VI-01/29995