32 year-old Francis Crowley was sentenced in Missoula District Court on Tuesday to 30 years in the Montana State Prison with 10 years suspended after abandoning his infant nephew in the wilderness near the Lolo Hot Springs Resort on July 7, 2018.
32 year-old Francis Crowley, the man accused of crashing a vehicle in the woods near Lolo Hot Springs and abandoning a five month-old child buried under a pile of sticks, appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Tuesday.
Missoula County Sheriff’s Deputy Ross Jessup and U.S. Forest Service Officer Nick Schultz were the two searchers who rescued that five month-old baby boy who had spent over nine hours buried under a pile of brush and sticks
Missoula might not be the largest city in Montana, but we sure have the most to do when it comes to activities for kids. Even on the road to and from Missoula, there are numerous places to stop along the way for the wee ones.