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Woman charged with felony, misdemeanors after Great Falls house party

Posted at 5:11 PM, Nov 20, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-20 19:11:52-05
Mallory Quinn Greybull

GREAT FALLS- Mallory Quinn Greybull has been charged with one felony and several misdemeanors in Great Falls.

Police were dispatched to a home on the 1800 block of 17th Avenue South just after 6 p.m. on Monday, after the homeowner reported that when she arrived at her home, there were a “bunch of people drinking in her basement.”

According to court documents, when police officers arrived, Greybull and another woman came up from the basement and tried to run away out the back door. Officers tried to stop the women, and Greybull reportedly hit and kicked one of the officer. Another officer managed to handcuff Greybull, and she continued resisting and kicking.

Police then interviewed the homeowner, who said that she had left four children between the ages of 3 and 7 in the care of Greybull and two other adults. When she returned home, the children had been left unattended upstairs, and Greybull and the other two adults were intoxicated.

Court documents note that there was smoke throughout the house due to a pan left burning on the stove.

Court documents state that Greybull has no known criminal history.

Greybull has been charged with felony assault on a peace officer and the following misdemeanors: 4 counts of endangering the welfare of a child; resisting arrest; obstructing a peace officer.

The court documents do not identify the other adults, nor indicate whether either of them may be facing any charges.