Arrested for stealing chips
A 35-year-old woman was arrested Tuesday afternoon on a theft warrant .
Officers stopped around 2 p.m. to check on a vehicle in the middle of South Rocker Road that was reportedly stuck or broken down, police said. After speaking with the driver, Lindsey Kindt, police discovered she had a warrant for her arrest due to her alleged involvement in a January theft.
According to police, video surveillance footage from Jan. 5 shows Kindt shoplifting chips and an energy drink from a Rocker gas station.
Kindt was arrested on the warrant and released from the county jail about three hours later.
Police arrested a 38-year-old woman Tuesday on a felony warrant issued by the U.S. Marshal’s office.
Officers made a traffic stop a vehicle with expired license plates and broken brake lights near the intersection of Silver and Montana streets at about 9:30 a.m. Police soon discovered the driver, Chanci Lemay, had a federal warrant issued for her arrest by the U.S. Marshal’s office, police said. She was wanted for an alleged probation violation, police said.
Lemay was arrested on the warrant and cited for not having liability insurance.
— The Montana Standard