Search / 11 results found

from
to
wire

Montana Senate President Pro Tempore Jason Ellsworth, R-Hamilton, has been charged with three misdemeanors, including obstruction of a peace officer, after he was pulled over for speeding in a construction zone in May. The officer reported a verbal altercation with Ellsworth in which the senator claimed he was exempt from arrest because he was a lawmaker traveling for legislative business.

wire

Senate President Pro Tempore Jason Ellsworth, a Hamilton Republican, invoked the state attorney general in order to be let go from a traffic stop in May that resulted in several misdemeanor citations, according to court documents. 

wire

Senate President Pro Tempore Jason Ellsworth, a Hamilton Republican, invoked the state attorney general in order to be let go from a traffic stop in May that resulted in several misdemeanor citations, according to court documents. 

wire

Senate President Pro Tempore Jason Ellsworth, a Hamilton Republican, invoked the state attorney general in order to be let go from a traffic stop in May that resulted in several misdemeanor citations, according to court documents. 

  • Updated

The world is changing faster than ever before. If we want Montana to continue to be a place where you can make a living and raise a family, we…