UPDATE: Billings Police threw a "throw phone" into the residence with hopes to negotiate with 31 year old James Dill. That did not happen so the tactical team entered the home and found Dill hiding in the attic and he was taken into custody at about 6:30 p.m. Monday night. No injuries were reported in the incident.
It has been 14 years since a 9-year old Manhattan, Montana boy died from a "defective" Remington rifle that apparently misfired. This incident sparked authorities to look into the Remington Rifle Model 700's safety features.
Main St. in the Heights has been blocked off by police from Lake Elmo Drive to just past the Albertson's grocery store across the street from Sonic Drive-In as they investigate an "incident" that happened this morning at or near the fast food restaurant.
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