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He was found guilty by prison officials of fighting with another inmate in May 2015, flooding his cell and refusing to obey a direct order in June 2015 and assaulting another inmate this April.

After the assault, Spell was transferred from a medium security cell block to a high security area.

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Glasgow Police Chief Bruce Barstad is reminding Glasgow residents that city ordinance doesn't allow recreational vehicles and campers to be parked on city streets through the end of March.

An attorney for a mentally disabled man serving a 100-year prison term for killing a high school teacher in the Northern Plains' oil patch asked the Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday to vacate his sentence and place him under the custody of state health officials.

The killing of Sherry Arnold in the once-quiet town of Sidney called attention to a major spike in crime following an oil boom that swept eastern Montana and western North Dakota.

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