Monthly Archives February 2003

McGrath Honors Rancher for Assisting Patrol

BILLINGS — Attorney General Mike McGrath on Friday presented Park City rancher David Robertus with a Montana Highway Patrol Colonel’s Meritorious Service Award. Robertus was honored for assisting Patrol Officer David Munson in arresting a Colorado couple wanted for a string of carjackings.

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Gambling Control Division Ends Settlement Agreement with LGS

HELENA — The Gambling Control Division of the Montana Department of Justice announced Friday that it has terminated its settlement agreement with Lodging and Gaming Systems (LGS) of Reno, Nevada and its subcontractors — the companies under contract to develop the state system to monitor video gambling machines.

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McGrath Debuts AMBER Alert System

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath announced the activation of a Montana AMBER Alert child abduction recovery plan Tuesday at a press conference at the Department of Justice. McGrath was joined by Rep. Chris Harris (D-Bozeman), John Onstad of the Montana Lottery and representatives of the Montana Broadcasters Association and local law enforcement.

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Agencies Take Part in ‘Sweep’ to Serve Domestic Violence Warrants

HELENA — Law enforcement agencies across Montana Friday took part in a sweep to serve outstanding warrants on charges related to domestic violence.

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McGrath: City Employees Assigned to Staff Planning Board are Supervised by City Manager

HELENA — A planning director and staff hired by a city and delegated under contract to also serve as staff to a city-county planning board may legally be supervised by the city manager rather than the planning board, Attorney General Mike McGrath concluded in an opinion issued Thursday.

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