Billings Husband And Wife Lance and Tanisha Ratcliff Arrested On Various Charges.

April 5, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In other words, the prosecution  or Plaintiff's must prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, each essential element of the crime or civil allegations charged or leveled.  Until then the defendant or respondent is considered innocent of the charges or civil allegations

By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter

Syndicated by: Montana News

Billings husband and wife Lance Ratcliff and his wife Tanisha Ann Ratcliff were both arrested for Criminal Possession of Dangerous Drugs, mainly Cocaine.

On March 22, 2018 Probation and Parole Officer Alan Kitterman contacted Detective Korb to request assistance.  Probation Officer Alan Kitterman indicated that his probationer Lance Ratcliff who is on probation and currently at the probation office has admitted to the Probation and Parole that there is COCAINE at his home located at 831 North 17th Street #1.

Lance Ratcliff told his {robation Officer Kitterman that his wife was currently at their home with their three (3) children.

Detective Korg and Detective Buechler met with three probation officer at home to conduct a search of the house.

During the search, a Mossberg.12 gauge shotgun, located in the home. COCAINE which was found inside a pill organizer in one of the upstairs closets including drug paraphernalia.

Tanisha Ann Ratcliff admitted that the COCAINE was hers and that the shotgun belonged to both her and her husband who is a convicted felon and prohibited from possessing any firearms.

The felony was the result of a case out of Casper Wyoming for transporting drugs.

Billings Police called Child Protective Services who came and removed the children from home.

The bond sent at $5,000.  A warrant had been issued and signed by Jeanne M.Walker.  Tanisha, Ann Butler-Ratcliff was located by police during a vehicle accident.  A warrant check was completed and discovered that Tanisha Ann Butler-Ratcliff had a felony warrant for her arrest.

The arresting Officer was Officer Punt.
Billings Police Officer David Punt badge#92   Maintains a Rating (A) and is not considered a threat to the general public.  The public can trust this Officer.

The Reviewing supervisor Officer was Mark Cady.
Billings Police Officer Mark Cady  Badge #50 Maintains a Rating (A) + and is not considered a threat to the general public.  The public can trust this Officer.

 

 

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