Police blotter: broken bones in assault; caught stealing an axle; criminal sale of drugs; burgled house | Local
Butte Police Reports
Assault on Hobson
At approximately 1:40 a.m. Wednesday, a man revved his truck’s engine while parked in the 1400 block of Hobson Street. A resident who was trying to sleep came out of his house and asked the man to turn off his truck. Instead of complying, the stranger got out of the truck and punched the resident in the face. The assault reportedly left the resident with cuts and broken bones. The case is under investigation.
Late Tuesday evening, a witness saw Michael Kieran Dunne, 53, of Butte, remove an axle from a Ford F-150 in the 700 block of South Main Street.
When questioned by an officer, Dunne initially denied it, but later said he had. He was imprisoned for the misdemeanor of stealing vehicle parts or accessories.
On Tuesday night, police were called to a man and woman arguing loudly outside the Safeway, 301 W. Front St.
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When officers arrived, the couple were heading east on foot. When arrested by an officer, the man, Dylan R. Hunt, 27, of Butte, was found to have three warrants for his arrest for misdemeanor theft, theft by deception and two counts of contempt criminal. He was taken to jail.
Late Tuesday afternoon, 29-year-old Eduardo Norsagaray of Butte was arrested by a Montana Highway Patrol trooper for the felony offenses of Possession of Dangerous Drugs, Criminal Sale of Dangerous Drugs, and Use of Susceptible Property. confiscation.
On Tuesday afternoon, police were called to the 1900 block of Walnut to investigate an unwanted person in the area.
It turns out the unwanted person was Lacey Marie Woodbury, 40, of Butte, who had a warrant for his arrest for criminal contempt. She was taken to jail.
Fight in Georgia
On Monday morning, a fight broke out between two women in the 1800 block of Georgia, leaving one injured. The case is under investigation.
Also on Monday morning, license plates were removed from a car parked in the 200 block of East Park Street.
A man shopping at BSW, 2310 Cobban left his wallet on the counter on Monday morning. When he found out he was missing, he returned to BSW but the wallet was nowhere to be found.
Just before noon on Monday, it was discovered that someone had smashed a car window in the 600 block of West Broadway.
Early Monday afternoon, it was discovered that the fender of a car had been scratched with a key while parked in the 2000 block of West Drive.
It was reported at 4pm on Monday that a compressor, set of jumper cables, impact driver and socket set had been removed from a vehicle parked at Denny Menholt Ford, 50 Ford Lane.
At around 9 a.m. Tuesday, someone helped themselves to two pairs of sunglasses and a bottle of perfume from an unlocked car parked in the 200 block of South Montana Street.
It was discovered around 4pm on Tuesday that an unoccupied house in West Front Street had been broken into. The intruder forced open the back door and took jewelry that had been stored inside.
Late Tuesday night, a person on Trinity Loop was playing a video game too loudly and a neighbor called the police. The player was told to play quietly.