Inmate Offense    Roster Monday, November 8


All charges are

misdemeanors unless
specified as a felony. This list of inmates reflects solely those detained
on the date listed above and does not reflect those who have since been arrested or released.



Assance, Tristan K.

Charged with felony assault with a weapon, destruction of a communication device. LCDC.

Ballard, Wallace L.
Charged not classified. LCDC.

Beisner, Amanda M.

Charged with all other offenses.


Brickey, Justin D.
Charged with felony possession of dangerous drugs, felony parole violation, revocation of susp/deferred, two counts traffic offense. LCJC.


Byrd, John T.
Charged with felony assault with a weapon, felony strangulation of partner family member assault, felony tampering with a witness. LCJC.


Dionne, Pernell A.

Charged with felony impersonating a public servant. LCJC.


Dowd, Derrell R.
Charge not classified.


Eby, Jason R.
Charged with felony criminal endangerment, felony offense – all others, possession of dangerous drugs, disorderly conduct, obstructing a police officer, negligent endangerment, ten counts traffic offense. LCJC/OOC/TCC.


Ellis, John K.

Charged with felony solicitation, felony sexual assault, felony incest. LCJC.

Gordon, Dominic R.
Charged with felony revocation of suspended/deferred sentence. LCDC.


Handeland, Jeffrey K., Jr.

Charged with felony criminal endangerment, two counts traffic offense. LCJC.


Hartman, William C.

Charged with three counts felony assault with a weapon. LCJC.


Hinz, Charles A.
Charged with felony assault with a weapon and partner family member assault 2nd offense. LCDC.


James, Johnathan

Charge not classified. LCJC.

Johnson, Kevin D.

Charged with felony criminal endangerment, theft – all others, resisting arrest, obstructing a peace officer, four counts traffic offense. LCJC.


Kirkedahl, Scott L.

Charged with felony homicide, deliberate.


Leichty, Jared A.

Charged with felony possession with intent to sell. LCJC.


Marquis, Jeb E.
Charged with felony all other offenses. LCJC.


Marthe, David M.

Charged with felony partner family member assault, destruction of a communication device. LCJC.


Moulton, Rebecca D.
Charge not classified.


Munguia, Fernando

Charged with possession with intent to sell.


Olney, Rebecca R.

Charged with felony assault on a peace officer, felony custodial interference. LCJC.



Read, Edward W.

Charge not classified. LCDC.


Rebo, Dylan M.
Charged with felony failure to register sexual or violent offender registry, resisting arrest, and obstructing a peace officer.



Stahl, Patricia N.

Charged with felony possession

with intent to sell.


Weber, Tylin J.
Charged with felony theft, all others.


Yakymchuk, Bohdan P.
Charged with negligent endangerment, criminal mischief/vandalism, disorderly conduct. LCC.


woman first to
graduate U.S. Army Sniper Course

Fort Harrison, Mont. – A female Montana Army National Guard Soldier graduated from the U.S. Army Sniper Course at Fort Benning, Ga on Nov. 5, becoming the first woman in history to complete the course.

At this time, the military is not identifying this Soldier by name.

“We are extremely proud of this Soldier’s achievement and recognize that this is a milestone for not only Montana, but the entire National Guard and Army,” said Maj. Gen. J. Peter Hronek, the Adjutant General for Montana. “This Soldier had to volunteer several times to reach this goal, which is a demonstration of her dedication and commitment to service.”

The Soldier enlisted in to the Montana Army National Guard in Dec. 2020. She was then sent to Fort Benning to complete Infantry One Station Unit Training (OSUT), a 22 week course that combines Army basic training with advanced individual training in infantry skills.

While attending OSUT, she was recommended by her training staff and chain of command for the opportunity to attend the Sniper Course due to her superior performance, which included qualifying as an expert shooter.

“We’re all incredibly proud of her,” said Capt. Joshua O’Neill, OSUT Company Commander. “She epitomizes what it means to be an infantry Soldier and there wasn’t a doubt in our minds that she would succeed in the U.S. Army Sniper Course.”

The Soldier began the U.S. Army Sniper Course in Sept. 2021. This intensive seven week course trains selected individuals assigned to sniper positions in the skills necessary to deliver long range precision fire and the collection of battlefield information.

“The Soldier met every standard required to graduate the United States Army Sniper Course,” said Capt. David Wright, Battalion Commander, U.S. Army Sniper School. “She arrived prepared for training and physically conditioned to succeed. We are proud of the results of her efforts and the quality training provided by the Sniper Course Cadre. We wish her luck as she heads back to her unit as a U.S. Army Sniper Course qualified Sniper.”

On hand for the Sniper Course graduation ceremony were Command Sgt. Maj. John Sampa, Command Sergeant Major of the Army National Guard, and Command Sgt. Maj. Claudena Brady, State Command Sergeant Major for the Montana Army National Guard.

With the completion of training, the Soldier will join her unit.

Major Ryan Finnegan, Montana National Guard Public Affairs


Volunteers of America share uplifting

Veterans story

Volunteers of America Northern Rockies (VOA) operates Veterans Services programs across Wyoming, Montana, and Western South Dakota. Last year, these programs served 2,708 Veterans in our region. Our Supportive Services for Veteran Families program, operated in partnership with the VA, helps Veterans and Veteran families facing homelessness in every county of MT and WY.

When Stacey got in touch with Volunteers of America, he was living at the VA Domiciliary and had a month to find a home. His past struggles with addiction and homelessness had left him with minimal support and a poor credit score, which made finding a place to live a challenge.

With the help of his case manager, Stacey was finally able to find an apartment that would work for him.  Stacey is now living happily in his new home and is looking forward to what life has in store for him.

Veterans in need in Montana, Wyoming, or Western South Dakota should call us at 1.844.4.VOA.Vet (1.844.486.2838) or request assistance through our form at VOANR.org/help.

Submitted by

Volunteers of

America Northern Rockies

Stacey poses for a photo, courtesy of VOA.