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WOMAN HOSPITALIZED AFTER ASSAULT

A woman was hospitalized early Saturday morning after police said her husband assaulted her for more than an hour. Officers arrived at a home on the 2600 block of Colusa Street around 1:30 a.m. on a report of an assault. Police said the victim told them her husband came home drunk, hit her, knocked her down, strangled her, and bashed her on the ground. Police found the man, Dennis White, 45, on a nearby street and arrested him for felony partner/family member assault for serious bodily injury. Police said the woman had injuries to her face, neck, head, and arms consistent with the attack she described and was taken by ambulance to the hospital.

COUNTY SNOWBLOWER STOLEN

Police were called to the Health Department on 25 W. Front St. around 10 a.m. Friday on a report of a burglary. Police said a snowblower belonging to Silver Bow County had been stolen from a shed behind the main building, though police are unsure precisely when.

DUI IN WRONG LANE

Officers patrolling near Continental and State streets Saturday around 1 a.m. pulled a woman over on Trinity Loop after they said they saw her cross the median multiple times. Police said Bridgette Sweeney, 52, failed sobriety tests at the scene and at jail, where she blew over the legal limit. Sweeney was booked into jail for DUI and driving without a valid license, without insurance, and on the wrong side of the road.

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