FBI Releases Name of Hit-and-Run Victim on Blackfeet Reservation
FBI Salt Lake City Division
Special Agent Bill Facer
September 27, 2011
The FBI Salt Lake City is releasing the name of the victim of Sunday’s fatal hit-and-run accident on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana. At approximately 1:45 a.m. on September 25, 2011, 29-year old Eugene Jesse Stevens was hit and killed as he walked westbound on Highway 2. The accident occurred between Browning and East Glacier. At this time, it appears Mr. Stevens left his vehicle for an unknown reason and was hit as he was walking near the highway. The driver who hit him left the scene. The FBI issued a news release on September 25, 2011 requesting help from the public. Although the FBI did receive several tips, no arrests have been made. Again, if anyone has any information that may assist the FBI in solving this case, they are asked to contact the FBI office in Shelby, Montana at (406) 424-8411, or the main office in Salt Lake City, Utah at (801) 579-1400.
The FBI Salt Lake City Division is collaborating with the Glacier County Sheriff’s Office, Blackfeet Tribal Police, and the Montana Highway Patrol to solve this case.
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