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By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
As promised, the Montana News was following the case of Jason Brian Harris. As of Wednesday,
according to a motion that was filed by the defense for Jason Brian Harris, the motion stated,
“Upon consultation with the complaining witness and further review of the evidence, this matter is no longer in the interests of justice to pursue,” “The complaining witness agrees.”
No further information was given as to why the sudden dismissal by Billings Deputy City Attorney Benjamin Halverson. Halverson was unavailable when the Montana News called to get answers.
However, according to arresting Officer Steiber badge#498 and Reviewing Officer Pat Curry, on March 16, 2019, The Billings Police Department were called to what dispatch described as an assault call located at Division/2nd Ave North.
A white 35-year-old male born 11/28/1983 6'0 weight 225lbs Blonde hair Blue eyes was described as the aggressor.
At about 2156 hours Billings Police were dispatched to the location mentioned above to a disturbance observed in a vehicle. The caller described to the 911 Comm Center that a man and a woman were in a physical fight with each other inside the motor vehicle that they were sitting in.
Billings Police indicated that Jason Brian Harris was very vague in his recounting the incident.
Based on what the Billings Police observed, Billings Police determined that the demeanor of the female that she was terrified of Jason Brian Harris.
The Billings Police Department was also able to determine that Jason Brian Harris was the primary aggressor in this case and was arrested for Family Member Partner Assault and taken to JAIL.
The woman who told police that she was "terrified" of Harris formerly worked at the KTVQ station and is now currently employed at another TV station out of state.
This article was published by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter License# USPA-ID-US/VI-01/29995