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SUNNY 101 KRYK REGIONAL NEWS

2 Arrested After Pipe Bomb Found in Garage
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) - Two people were arrested after someone reported seeing a pipe bomb in the garage of a Missoula residence.

Missoula Police Detective Sgt. Scott Pastian says the Missoula bomb squad evacuated several nearby homes and deactivated the bomb Tuesday afternoon. No other bombs were found on the property.

Missoula County jail records indicate 27-year-old Andrew Charles Ibey faces charge of burglary and possession of explosives while 40-year-old Shelly Marie Turbitt was taken into custody on a suspected probation violation.

Pastian says officers also have questioned a potential witness.

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Curtis Selects Campaign Manager For Senate Run
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Amanda Curtis has selected as her Senate campaign manager a lobbyist and community organizer for an environmental group and an organization that advocates for rural voters.

Clayton Elliott is the first campaign staffer hired since Curtis became a candidate in the race against U.S. Rep. Steve Daines and Libertarian Roger Roots.

Elliott is registered as a lobbyist for the Northern Plains Resource Council and the Montana League of Rural Voters.

The website of the Billings-based resource council, a group of landowners and environmentalists, lists Elliott as its lead lobbyist and community organizer. The rural voters' group, which fights against agriculture monopolies and advocates for renewable energy, lists Elliott as its outreach director.

Montana Democratic Party spokesman Bryan Watt says Elliott has never managed a statewide campaign, but he has considerable experience in grassroots organizing.

(Copyright 2014 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
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Kalispell Woman Denies Threatening Repo Men
KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) - A Kalispell woman has denied charges that she pulled a gun on two store employees repossessing a piece of furniture.

The Flathead Beacon reports Karren Schmiedeke pleaded not guilty to two counts of felony assault with a weapon during a District Court hearing on Thursday.

Charging documents say two Rent-A-Center employees arrived at Schmiedeke's home in Kalispell on July 31 to repossess furniture she had not paid for. While the two men were in the bedroom trying to determine if the recliner they planned to take was the right one, Schmiedeke became upset, grabbed a gun and pointed it at the two men and another man in the house.

She accused them of trying to steal her furniture.

A Nov. 3 trial date was set.

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Man Pleads Guilty to Helping Rape Suspect Escape
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - A 22-year-old Bozeman man has admitted violating his probation by cutting the shackles off a rape suspect who escaped police custody.

Cedric Allen Standish-Codding pleaded guilty Wednesday to felony obstruction of justice and violating his probation in a burglary and theft case.

Court documents say it took Standish-Codding about 15 minutes to remove the leg shackles and handcuffs from 28-year-old Kevin Briggs after Briggs escaped from an unlocked interview at the Law and Justice Center early on Feb. 1.

Standish-Codding also gave Briggs some money and a coat. Prosecutors say Briggs got a ride to Missoula, bought a bus ticket and traveled west. He was arrested three weeks later in Portland, Oregon.

Briggs has denied six felony charges that include assaulting and trying to rape his former girlfriend. A trial date has not been set.

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Out-of-State Donors Fund Daines' Senate Campaign
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - An analysis of Rep. Steve Daines' campaign-finance reports finds the Republican Senate candidate has received contributions from donors in 47 states, and only about a third of the contributions come from Montanans.

Lee Newspapers of Montana reports about $1.6 million of the $5 million Daines had raised by the end of June came from individual Montanans.

The rest mostly came from out-of-state individuals and political-action committees.

Daines is widely seen as the front-runner in November's election after Sen. John Walsh dropped out of the race and was replaced by Democratic state Rep. Amanda Curtis of Butte.

Montana State University political scientist David Parker says former U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg and U.S. Sen. Jon Tester each raised only about 20 percent of their funds inside the state during their 2012 Senate race.

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Whitefish Man Denies Shooting at Motorcyclists
KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) - A 34-year-old Whitefish man is denying charges that he fired a gun at two people on a motorcycle during a road rage incident near Columbia Falls.

The Flathead Beacon reports Christopher Robert Showen pleaded not guilty Thursday to two counts of felony assault with a weapon.

District Judge Heidi Ulbricht maintained Showen's bail at $100,000, rejecting a request by defense attorney Brent Getty to reduce it to $25,000.

Prosecutors say a man and a woman who were riding a motorcycle on Aug. 2 reported a reckless driver passed them and made an obscene gesture. The bikers followed the car in order to get a license plate number. Charging documents allege Showen leaned out of the car and fired a handgun at the couple. No one was injured.

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Woman Killed, 2 Injured in Crash near Whitefish
WHITEFISH, Mont. (AP) - A 23-year-old Montana woman died and two Canadian residents were injured in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 93 north of Whitefish.

The Montana Highway Patrol says the car with Canadian license plates was southbound at about noon Wednesday when it drove off the highway. The driver swerved back onto the road and the car crossed into the northbound lane, colliding with the victim's car.

The victim's car rolled and landed upside-down in the ditch. She died at the scene. Her name and hometown were not immediately released.

The man and woman in the other car were taken to Kalispell Regional Medical Center. They are from Calgary, Alberta.

UPDATE: VICTIM'S NAME RELEASED

Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry says Casey Faye Wood of Eureka died at the scene.

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Suspect Charged in Cascade Deputy's Death
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) - A Great Falls man suspected of killing a Cascade County sheriff's deputy during a high-speed chase has been formally charged with deliberate homicide.

County Attorney John Parker says that 40-year-old Adam Sanchez Jr. was charged Wednesday in the Aug. 14 death of Deputy Joe Dunn.

Authorities say Sanchez hit and killed Dunn during a car chase while awaiting sentencing on a robbery case. Dunn was 33 and had been with the sheriff's department for more than two years.

Sanchez made an initial court appearance Saturday in his room at Benefis Health System, where he was being treated for injuries. Parker says he is currently being held in the Chouteau County jail in Fort Benton.

UPDATE: SUSPECT APPEARS IN COURT

Cascade County prosecutors say a 40-year-old Great Falls man was on a "drug-fueled rampage" while being pursued by law enforcement officers and deliberately swerved his vehicle to strike and kill a sheriff's deputy, who was standing outside of his patrol car.

Adam Sanchez Jr. made an initial appearance on a deliberate homicide charge Thursday in Justice Court in Chouteau County. Sanchez had been held on a $2 million bond for violating the terms of his release in another case. County Attorney John Parker asked for an additional $3 million bond on the homicide charge.

Sanchez is charged with killing Deputy Joe Dunn on Aug. 14. Dunn was 33.

Public defender Matt McKittrick asked that Sanchez's bail remain at $2 million.

Sanchez is jailed in Fort Benton because the Cascade County jail is run by the sheriff's office.

(Copyright 2014 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
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