A Glimpse Of Yellowstone County District Criminal Court Today

October 16, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Syndicated by: Montana News

by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter

Here is a quick glimpse of what took place today in the Yellowstone County District Court.   The Montana News brings this information to our viewership.

In District Court, Judge Fehr's, the Montana News brought the results of various criminal court cases that were in front of the Honorable Judge Fehr.

Edward Rogers Woodfin was charged with (2) counts of theft by deception and was also on fugitive status.  The results of this case were that Edward Rogers Woodfin was found guilty on both counts of theft by deception and scheduled for sentencing on Dec 13, 2019.   Rogers was released on his one OR and ordered to the Adult Probation and Parole immediately after court.

Kelly Kaye Rowland, aka Kelly Limberhand, was charged with criminal endangerment, driving while suspended and operating a motor vehicle without proof of liability protection.  The results of this case are that Kaye Rowland Kelly, guilty of criminal endangerment and the driving while suspended dismissed along with the operating a vehicle without proof of insurance, also was dismissed.

Dean Barth Hunter charged with burglary by accountability Felony and criminal trespass of property by accountability.  The results of this case were that the burglary charge was handed down a 5-year sentence to the department of corrections with only two years suspended along with restitution of $1,171.93.
The criminal trespass, by accountability, dismissed.

James Maurice Palmer charged with Negligent homicide (felony).   Palmer's plea was not guilty.  The court set a $200,000.00 bond and Judge Fehr ordered Palmer to have no contact with the surviving child.

James Edward Smith charged with criminal possession of dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia.   Smith pleads not guilty on both counts.  Smith was released on his own OR, ordered by judge Fehr,  to once a week check-in with the pre-trial services.
 

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