Charges filed against Glasgow man in fatal crash
BUTTE, Mont. (AP) -- A 22-year-old Glasgow man has been charged with vehicular
homicide while under the influence in a fatal crash in May that killed a Montana Tech
Beaverhead County Attorney Jed Fitch says Myles Kittleson also faces two counts
of felony negligent vehicular assault, driving under the influence and other charges.
Kittleson was the driver in the May 3 crash on Highway 43 between Dewey and
Divide. Charging documents say the 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix struck a rock wall,
went airborne and rolled several times.
Student and former football player Spencer Lewis of Cut Bank died at the scene.
Two other passengers suffered serious injuries, while a fourth passenger suffered
Fitch tells the Montana Standard a summons to appear or an arrest warrant
will be issued for Kittleson.