OFFICER ATTACKED IN JAIL
A prisoner at the Butte jail is accused of assaulting a corrections officer around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Police said the officer had escorted Jeremiah Marry, 31, Anaconda, to the jail telephone and was walking him back to his cell when Marry punched him in the face two to three times. Marry was subdued and booked on an additional charge of felony assault on a peace officer. Marry was booked on March 19 for felony drug possession, obstruction and resisting arrest, and faces another assault charge for allegedly attacking another prisoner in the jail over use of a toothbrush on March 29.
Officers went to a home on the 400 block of West Granite Street around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday after a man called police when his ex-girlfriend showed up at his door yelling. When officers arrived they ran the suspect's name, Nancy Roth, 59, and arrested her on a criminal contempt bench warrant for failing to appear in Butte city court.
MAN ARRESTED AT PARTY PALACE
Workers at the Party Palace, Park and Main, called police around 3 a.m. Wednesday to report a drunken man banging on the outside doors trying to get in. Police said when they arrived the man, Michael Farrell, 54, was highly intoxicated, and was arrested for disorderly conduct. During a pat down search police located a marijuana pipe and Farrell was additionally booked into jail for possession of drug paraphernalia.