The person of interest police want to talk to about a box of children’s teeth and bones found in a shed in Missoula said he served only as the property manager for the residence, and the caretaker for the prior owner.Over the summer, police began investigating after a box containing teeth and some bones that were eventually tested and believed to be from three children was found in a shed on the 2100 block of South 12th Street.Doug Labare, who lived in a camper in the backyard of the home...
A Missoula man who forced a 9-year-old girl to strip and dance for him was sentenced to prison Thursday.Missoula County District Court Judge Leslie Halligan imposed a 100-year sentence on Wesley Smith, but suspended 80 years of it.At a trial in June, a jury found Smith, 35, guilty of sexual abuse of children for the incident involving the girl. According to court documents, the girl reported that Smith also removed his own clothing, apart from his underwear, during the incident.
The Missoula Police Department is seeking a person of interest” in a case involving the partial skeletons of three children that were found in a box in a shed.Sgt. Travis Welsh said at this time there is no suspect, but said there is a specific person they want to interview.After a tenant was evicted from 2166 South 12th Street over the summer, a cleaning crew was brought in to clear out the home.
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