Crow Nation Fatal Shooting Victims Identified

Lodge Grass on Crow Indian Reservation

Published August 6, 2017

CROW INDIAN RESERVATION – Big Horn County Cororner Terry Bullis released the names of the three people killed in a shooting in Lodge Grass, Montana on the Crow Indian Reservation on Friday.

The three killed were: a husband and wife – Leslie Frank Nomee Jr., 27, and Denise Stewart Nomee, 25. Also, killed was Nehemiah Broke Rope, 30. Two others were injured during the shooting incident. Their names have yet to be released and there has been no medical information released.

The shooting was drug-related according to Crow Nation Tribal Chairman Alvin “A.J. Not Afraid, Jr.

The killings are being treated as homicides. An active investigation is underway that is headed by the FBI. No arrests have been made as of Sunday evening.

Because of the shooting that happened about 4:00 p.m. – MDT on Friday, the Crow Indian Reservation remains under an emergency curfew through at least Sunday night and into Monday morning at 5:00 a.m. – MDT.

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