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  1. The search began at about 8 p.m. that night, when 911 calls poured in about a man who was "acting strange" in the Lolo Hot ... said the man, later identified as 32-year-old Francis Carlton ...

  2. The sheriff's office became aware... Carlton Crowley, had left the area and that a 5-month-old who had been left in his care had not been seen for...indicated the baby was possibly buried ...

  3. Missoula County Search and Rescue was called in to help as well as officers from the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Montana Highway Patrol and ...

  4. Alongside a search and rescue team and officers with the United States Forest Service, deputies with the Missoula County Sheriff's Office began searching on ...

  5. Ross Jessop and Nick Scholz related Tuesday how they found the infant alive but exhausted after an hours-long search early Sunday on a remote game trail, a rescue story ...

  6. Thursday and said he was suffering from an unspecified medical issue. The climber did not fall, according to deputies, and he was thought to be near Timberline Lodge. As the investigation ...

  7. Search-and-rescue teams from the sheriff’s office, the Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management and the Montana Highway Patrol fanned out in a ground ...

  8. Several agencies, including the United States Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management and Montana Highway Patrol, assisted Missoula County search and rescue ...

  9. Sunday, Sheriff’s Office Deputies, Sheriff’s Search and Rescue, Three Forks Fire, Willow Creek Fire, AMR and REACH Air Medical responded to a report of an unresponsive ...

  10. Crowley was then placed in the back of another deputy's squad car so he could direct them on where to search, and he kept repeating that he had crashed into a mountainside, Jessop ...

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