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Felony warrants

Police arrested a 38-year-old man on two felony warrants on Saturday.

At 9:45 p.m., officers responded to the 100 block of East Second Street after Jason Cuchine reportedly made concerning threats on Facebook, police said.

On their way, officers learned Cuchine had warrants for his arrest. Both felony warrants were out of Butte-Silver Bow County and were related to an incident from a few months ago. Police said on Sept. 22, Cuchine violated a restraining order a man had against him. After arguing about this violation, Cuchine allegedly pulled a gun on the man.

Cuchine also had a misdemeanor warrant out of Cascade County for failure to appear.

When officers arrived, they informed Cuchine he was under arrest. He was transported to the detention center.

DUI

A 34-year-old woman was arrested for her fourth or subsequent DUI on Sunday.

According to police, Jovana Gray was driving on Stuttgart Street in the Williamsburg area when she stopped abruptly and backed into a car driving behind her.

A man from the car got out to speak with Gray, but she drove away at a high rate of speed. He called police to report the hit and run, telling them he thought Gray was going to run him over.

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Officers found Gray at the Town Pump on South Montana Street. When speaking with her, they believed she was under the influence. Gray failed both field and detention center sobriety tests.

Gray was cited for driving under the influence and criminal endangerment, both felonies. She was also cited for three misdemeanors, including hit and run, driving with a suspended or revoked license and failure to show proof of insurance.

Burglary

Police said someone stole a safe out of a home in the 1000 block of Maryland Avenue on Friday.

Officers were notified of the burglary around 2 p.m. The complainant had reportedly gone to the home, which belonged to a man no longer living, to collect some belongings. They noticed paperwork strewn all over and that the place “looked like it had been gone through,” police said.

There are no suspects at this time and police are unsure when the burglary took place.

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