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Montana Police Report Arrest of Woman for Driving into Religious Group

by Joshua Brown
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Montana police have confirmed the arrest of a woman accused of repeatedly driving her vehicle towards a religious group assembled on a sidewalk, resulting in the injury of one individual.

On Sunday, the police disclosed that 55-year-old Genevienne Rancuret was apprehended on Saturday in Billings, several hours after the incident. She faces charges of felony assault, felony criminal mischief, and driving under the influence. It remains unclear whether Rancuret has obtained legal representation.

The incident left a 45-year-old man with minor injuries, according to police reports.

Requests for additional information regarding the specific religious group targeted and Rancuret’s purported motives have not been addressed by a police spokesperson. Nonetheless, recent police updates indicate that the FBI, in coordination with local prosecutors, is examining the case. This involvement suggests an investigation into the possibility of a hate crime.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Montana arrest

Who was arrested in the Montana incident involving a religious group?

Genevienne Rancuret, a 55-year-old woman, was arrested after driving her vehicle into a religious group on a sidewalk in Billings, Montana, resulting in one person being injured.

What charges is Genevienne Rancuret facing?

Rancuret is facing charges of felony assault, felony criminal mischief, and driving under the influence.

Was anyone injured in the Montana sidewalk incident?

Yes, a 45-year-old man suffered minor injuries after being struck by the vehicle.

Has the motive for the Montana sidewalk attack been established?

The motive behind the attack remains unclear. However, the involvement of the FBI suggests they are investigating whether it was a bias-motivated crime.

Is the FBI involved in the Montana sidewalk case?

Yes, the FBI is involved and is working alongside local prosecutors to determine if the incident qualifies as a hate crime.

More about Montana arrest

  • Montana Police Department Statement
  • FBI Hate Crime Investigation Procedures
  • Legal Representation in Criminal Cases
  • Understanding Felony Charges
  • Driving Under Influence (DUI) Laws in Montana

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6 comments

MikeJ_47 December 11, 2023 - 1:15 am

This is just crazy, how can someone just drive into a crowd like that? i mean, what’s going on in the world!

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SarahBelle December 11, 2023 - 1:19 am

Really hope the injured guy is okay, can’t even imagine what he’s going through…

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JusticeSeeker December 11, 2023 - 12:15 pm

FBI involvement means this is serious. Hate crimes can’t be taken lightly, need to know more about her motive.

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CuriousCat December 11, 2023 - 12:22 pm

Why isn’t there more info on the religious group? who were they and why were they targeted?

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MontanaMan December 11, 2023 - 2:16 pm

lived in Billings my whole life, never seen anything like this before. It’s shocking.

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LegalEagle101 December 11, 2023 - 6:53 pm

If she’s guilty, those charges seem appropriate. DUI and assault? She’s in big trouble.

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