Inmate Offense Roster

Monday, October 17th


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.


Bohn, Eric E.
Charged with two felony counts drug/narcotic violations and two counts drug equipment violations. LCJC.


Buford, Jason D.
Charged with simple assault, kidnapping/abduction, and felony forcible fondling. LCJC.


Erickson, Brenton K.
Charged with felony all other offenses. LCDC.


Fish, Quentin T.
Charged with all other offenses.


Foss, Destiniemariahe J.

Charged with all other offences. LCJC.


Goff, Dwayne D.
Charged with all other offenses.


Hall, Leslie C.
Charged with felony simple assault and all other offenses. LCJC.


Haughton, Joseph M.
Charged with two counts simple assault.


Heil, Joseph D.

Charged with felony intimidation and all other offences. LCJC.


Herzog, Halie M.
Charged not classified.


Hutt, James V.

Charged with felony all other offenses.


Jones, Alexander P.
Charged with driving under the influence and traffic offense. LCJC.

Lemmon, Elijah J.
Charged with four counts traffic offense and felony driving under the influence.


Lynn, Kenneth D.
Charged with all other offenses, charge not classified, and driving under the influence.


Macy, Isaac W.
Charge not classified.


McCully, Cole D.
Charged with drug/narcotic violations, felony all other offenses, and three counts all other offenses. LCJC.


Mocko, Teresa C.
Charged with felony all other offenses and drug/narcotic violations. LCJC.


Nelson, Samantha L.
Charged with felony burglary/breaking and entering, destruction/damage/vandalism, and theft from a building. LCJC.


Osborn, Ty R.

Charged with felony aggravated assault and driving under the influence. LCJC.


Pefferman, Travis W.
Charged with felony all other offenses. LCDC.


Peterson, Jonathan J.
Charged with felony intimidation, felony simple assault, simple assault, all other offenses, and disorderly conduct. LCJC.


Plantiko, Travis C.
Charged with intimidation and felony aggravated assault.


Seaman, Garry D.
Charged with two counts felony murder and non-negligent manslaughter. LCJC.


Teeple, William T.
Charged with all other offenses, felony aggravated assault, and simple assault. LCJC.


Vandelden, Faith M.
Charged with all other offenses. LCDC.


Varner, Stephanie L.
Charged with felony all other offenses. LCJC.



Williams, Elizabeth K.
Charged with trespass of real property, felony theft, all others, drug equipment violations, all other offenses, and two counts motor vehicle theft. LCJC.

Housing Meeting at The State Capitol

Governor Greg Gianforte today joined members of his Housing Task Force for a meeting at the State Capitol. The diverse, bipartisan Housing Task Force last week produced its first round of recommendations, focusing on measures the legislature could consider and the governor could sign into law.

“Hardworking Montanans should be able to live in the communities where they work, and grandparents closer to and with their kids and grandkids,” Gov. Gianforte said. “Working together, this task force delivered the first batch of strategies to make this a reality again for more Montanans, and I’m enthusiastic about what we’ll accomplish together as their work continues.”

In July, Gov. Gianforte created and launched the task force through an executive order. He charged it with providing recommendations the legislature could consider and the governor could sign into law to make housing more affordable and attainable for Montanans. Gov. Gianforte also charged the task force with developing recommendations state agencies can implement administratively as well as recommendations and best practices local jurisdictions can enact.

Highlighting macroeconomic trends driving up the cost of housing, Gov. Gianforte noted Montana’s population grew by nearly 10 percent between 2010 and 2020, while housing units grew by less than 7 percent. Over that same period, the rental vacancy rate in Montana dropped from nearly 6 percent to slightly more than 4 percent.

“As you know, after years of doing the same thing over and over, it’s critical we do something different. It’s critical we act,” Gov Gianforte continued. “You’ve laid out the tools we have in our toolbox – innovative tools the state and local jurisdictions can use to make housing more affordable and attainable for Montana. We have to use them. Montanans are counting on us.”

State agency leaders, a bipartisan group of legislators, local officials, association representatives, economists, researchers, stakeholders, and advocates make up the task force.

“Every day, Montanans work hard to realize the American dream, to earn a decent living, to raise a family, to contribute to their communities, to retire comfortably, and to own a home. I know the task force shares my commitment to removing unnecessary roadblocks to home ownership, and helping more folks achieve the American dream,” Gov. Gianforte concluded.

More details about the task force – including future meeting dates, agendas, and materials – and a portal for public comment and engagement may be found on the Department of Environmental Quality’s website.


Submitted by Brooke Stroyke

Photo Courtesy of Brooke Stroyke