HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – Several arrests were made last week in connection with a series of break-ins and thefts in the Havre area.
As previously reported, Fabian Saddler, Jr. was arrested on January 29th in connection with the John Deere burglary. Hill County Sheriff Jamie Ross says that led to a search warrant for a Havre home in which nearly every room had stolen property in it. Some of it was from the burglary at John Deere, and the rest were in connection to other thefts in the area.
On February 5th, three of the homes residents, Caroline Crazyboy, Leslie Crazyboy, and Gloria Crazyboy, were arrested in connection with the John Deere burglary and others.
On January 31st, Kate Lambourne was also arrested in connection with the John Deere burglary, as well as a vehicle theft from E-1 Towing. She was picked up after the Sheriff’s Office received a call about a woman walking in the Saddle Butte area without socks or shoes.
On February 7th, the Sheriff’s Office received a call about two people in the Saddle Butte Estates area trying to get into a residence. A 19-year old man and a 17-year old boy were allegedly left in the area without a vehicle and they were trying to find a place to get warm. The 17-year old was also arrested in connection with area thefts.
Ross says that they are still investigating and more arrests are expected.