Public records, felony convictions from Missoula courts

2012-09-30T17:00:00Z 2012-09-30T18:01:51Z Public records, felony convictions from Missoula courts missoulian.com
September 30, 2012 5:00 pm

Marriages

Sadie Ann Frey and Evan Alexander Harris, Sept. 8

Elizabeth Marie Snead and Ahren Dale Cornelius, Sept. 22

Elizabeth Ashley Flynn and James Patrick Irish, Sept. 22

Haley Lynn Weston and Jonathan James Joseph Stukel, Aug. 25

Leann Joy Robertson and Christopher James Clarke, Sept. 15

Sandra C. Smith and Wallace Eugene Stevens Sr., Sept. 23

Brenna Christine Wakefield and Jack Matthew Lowney, Sept. 22

Renee Olivia Cho and Shannon Carmichael Harper, Sept. 15

Ellen Alyce Ashford and Tyler Lawrence Lamb, Sept. 22

Callie Rose Ramsey and Justin Douglas Blair, Sept. 22

Candice Mary Sublette and Jonathan Berkey Adams, Sept. 22

Holly Christine Olson and Christopher Leclercq, Sept. 21

Denise Maria Rutherford and James Leonard Huckelba, Sept. 26

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Divorces

Dena Honey and Samuel Honey

Karrie A. Holt and Ronnie L. Holt

Darelena J. Plant and Glen A. Heavyrunner

Connie Anne Pfaff and Michael Scott Pfaff

Beth M. Parker and James G. Parker

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DUI convictions

Municipal Court

Jamie Lee Brubaker, 24, of Missoula

Anastasia I. Chinikailo, 25, of Missoula, per se

Kayla Marie Jones, 28, of Missoula

Wesley F. Kiggins, 22, of Missoula, per se

Angela Mary Kohl, 30, of Missoula

Brian R. Lake, 30, of Missoula

Weston T. Mallin, 22, of Missoula, per se

Katherine Hoffman Mutrie, 31, of Missoula, aggravated DUI

Douglas Michael O’Toole, 49, of Lolo, aggravated DUI

Samantha Sandvig, 26, of Florence, per se

Tyler A. Younghouse, 22, of Missoula, per se

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Justice Court

Lisa Rae Buseman, 45, of Missoula

Bryan James Gardner, 22, of Missoula

John Boyce Lamb, 64, of Sagle, Idaho, aggravated DUI

Bryan Allan Metz, 25, of Frenchtown

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Felony convictions

U.S. District Court

Kenneth Henry Labarre, 27, of Stevensville, was sentenced for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine to six years in prison followed by five years of supervised release.

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Sexual offenders

Kenneth Rodger Jones, 6000 U.S. Highway 93 S., No. 18, Missoula

Robert Dolan McCleve, 1010 W. Broadway, No. 26, Missoula

Kevin Lee Normandeau, 1540 W. Broadway, No. 29, Missoula

Terrence Raymond Ryder, Missoula Prerelease Center

James Edward VanLoan, 6125 Mullan Road, No. 7, Missoula

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Violent offenders

Thomas John Harwood, 231 N. Travois, Missoula

Jesse Cole Johnson, 1228 Toole Ave., No.B, Missoula

Shannon Lee Lange, 1800 Mullan Trail, Missoula

Richard Audley Liggett, Missoula Prerelease Center

Mark Ryan Luithle, 1600 Cooley St., No. 8, Missoula

Michael Anthony Mejak, Missoula Prerelease Center

Robert Bradford Vavla, 6300 Lantern Drive, No. 58, Lolo

John Jay Wirtala, Missoula Prerelease Center

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  1. melissia30
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    melissia30 - October 29, 2012 1:27 am
    In Referance To the Federal Conviction of Kenneth LaBarre:
    It is amazing that a huge part of this story was left out of the news....the actual truth is the CI that was paid by DEA agents to obtain and convey information on LaBarre’s case leading to LaBarre’s arrest, was actually one of the key players. The DEA's paid informant actually took LaBarre to Utah introduced him to "Polo" the supplier (as was declared) and went on over half of the 22 trips with LaBarre to purchase, transport and distribute the methamphetamine to Montana. Not only was the CI compensated for his compliance with the DEA, he was permitted to partake in not only transporting the methamphetamine but also the distribution and consumption of methamphetamine on a continuous basis for over a year. On top of all this the CI was given a suspended sentence (no jail time) for committing check fraud by creating, printing and cashing checks on real Missoula Residents Bank accounts, but was not implicated or charged for his participation in the LaBarre case at all. It must be nice to be able to entrap, illegally distribute, transport and incessantly consume methamphetamine while committing numerous illegal crimes and not only get away with all of it but have our Justice system paying him for doing it!
    I bet this CI laughed his way all the way to the bank! Just goes to show our legal system needs “some” work to say the least. Not to mention conveying you can commit illegal activity and get rewarded for it as long as you can implicate a "bigger fish" . Just an FYI this CI is still presently and relentlessly committing and engaging in the same illegal activities and consumption of methamphetamine to this day, and why not our Justice system not only said he was allowed to, but they encouraged it with compensation and tolerance. And here I thought we were a “NO TOLERANCE” state, guess I was wrong!
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