Billings Woman Denise Lynn Keepers Aka: Lee Arrested And Charged With Assault With Deadly Weapon

October 10, 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

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by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter

Billings woman Denise Lynn Keepers aka Lee, charged with two counts of Assault with a weapon; Partner Family Member Assault her first offense and Regular Assault.

 

According to Billings Police records, Billings Police Officer Farrell, with several other officers, responded to a South 8th street West address for a report of a disturbance in progress.

 

In a police report of Officer Farrell, Farrell states that the victim declined to provide a recorded statement when requested.

 

In a verbal conversation with the victim, M.J. stated that she and J.S. were talking about her mother when Denise Lynn Keepers became upset with J.S. and started to yell at him.  M.T. stated that Keepers began to say mean things to her kids.

 

J.S. yelled at Keepers to stop.  Keepers yelled at M.S. stating, "If I'm going to jail, I'm going for a good reason." 

 

Keepers then punched M.S. in the head twice and tackled M.S. to the ground.  

 

Denise Keepers then grabbed a knife and swung the blade at J.S., trying to stab J.S.  

 

M.T. was stabbed in the leg by Keepers, according to the Police Department.

 

All the adults involved had been drinking and were intoxicated, according to the Billings Police Department.

 

The  following Billings Police Department Officers were involved in this case.

 

Billings Police Officer Farrell-Fox

Billings Police Officer Hoeger

Billings Police Officer Grommes

 

 

Tina Hoeger badge #76   Maintains a (B) Rating.  Sergeant Tina Hoeger was promoted from Officer to Sergeant. First employed in 2002  Officer Hoeger finally made it to the ranks of Sergeant. and currently as of May 24, 2019 can be found working the night shift.  Tina can be trusted by the general public and is NOT considered a threat to public safety and security.

 

 

Billings Police Officer Jacob Grommes maintains a (A) rating and can be trusted by the general public and is NOT considered a threat to public safety and security.

 

Officer Farrell-Fox is being researched for a rating to be applied to this officer.

 

Officer Adams is being researched for a rating to be applied to this officer.

 

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