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Partner or family member assault

At an Uptown Butte hotel Thursday evening, police arrested a man for a partner or family member assault misdemeanor. Around 6 p.m., a disturbance was reported between Shane McManamon, 30, and another woman. When officers arrived, both McManamon and the woman allegedly accused each other of pushing and shoving during an argument. A witness confirmed the woman’s accusations and claimed McManamon grabbed the woman by the throat to keep her from leaving. Although the woman was hesitant to press charges, police arrested McManamon for the misdemeanor assault.

Trespass and theft

A man was arrested for trespassing Wednesday afternoon after attempting to break into a trailer. Mark Doran, 50, allegedly jumped McGrath Painting’s fence around 3 p.m. A theft charge was added Thursday in district court with a bond of $6,085. Police say Doran has been arrested three to four times this week.

Criminal mischief

Police arrested a man for a criminal mischief felony Wednesday night after he allegedly caused $1,500 worth of damage to a truck. Officers received a disturbance call that said Trevor Hooker, 18, threw a suitcase at a truck and punched its door in anger on Sanders Street, where he was arrested.

Assault, burglary, and a stolen vehicle

Butte Police are investigating three related crimes: minor assault, burglary, and a vehicle theft. A man reported a restraining order violation Thursday morning after he claimed the restrained woman slapped and scratched him on Paxson Street. Later Thursday, police received a call about a burglary at the same Paxson Street residence, where five firearms, knives, and other items amounting to $4,000 were reported missing. A few hours after this call, police received another call thought to be from the restrained woman, who said her car was stolen. Officers located the car in the Highland Mountains and are looking into how these three cases are related. No one was arrested.

Burglary

A Butte woman on Washington Street told police personal information was stolen from a safe in her home between July 5 and July 12. Some of the items missing include a birth certificate and driver’s licenses. There are no suspects at this time.

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