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By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
Billings man, Mathew Kelly Watson, arrested and charged with Negligent Endangerment. According to an arrest report on October 17, 2018, at 8:30 a.m. Billings Police Officer Ellison and Officer Ihde both responded to an assault call.
The female victim stated that Watson, her boyfriend, came to her home earlier and had caused an incident with her while they were standing in the doorway of her home.
According to Officer Ellison's report, the victim V.R. stated to him that Matthew Kelly Watson pushed his way into her home and the grabbed a Craftsman Socket wrench and hit her in the face with the socket wrench then ran away.
The victim had bruising, and her face appeared swollen from being stricken with the socket wrench. Billings police and other assisting units searched for Watson but were unable to find him. Later on in the day, a bench warrant was filed for and issued for Watson's
The Probation and Parole Officer Tom Fulton, Billings Police Officer Ihde Officer Ellison, and Sgt Conrad, including the Evidence Tech will be called in as a witness for the prosecutor's case.
According to the Billings Police Ratings:
Billings Police Officer Robert Ellison, badge #163, maintains an (A) rating.
Billings Police Officer Brandon Ihde badge#316 maintains an (A) rating.
Billings Police Officer Sgt Scott Conrad, Badge #156, maintains and (A) + rating.
This article was published by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter License# USPA-ID-US/VI-01/29995