3 more people charged with obstructing justice in Logan case

Posted at 10:08 AM, Mar 06, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-06 11:08:39-05

The Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has identified three people who are facing charges of obstructing justice in connection with last week’s high-speed chase and search for fugitive Marcus Wayne Logan.

The three people are Ronald Lewis Ameline, 58 years old; Jody Kay Cline, 55; and Terry Lee Cline, 36.

Court documents state that on Friday, March 3rd, the Sheriff’s Office received information that Logan was hiding at the residence located at 78 Eaton Avenue.

Officers were dispatched to the house, and "Logan was observed existing a window of the residence," according to charging documents; he was then taken into custody.

Ameline, and the Clines, when questioned, indicated that they all knew that Logan was a fugitive and was being sought by law enforcement.

According to court documents, Ameline has convictions dating back to 1988 for criminal possession of dangerous drugs, possession of dangerous drugs with intent to sell, and unlawful possession of a firearm by a convicted person.

Jody Cline does not have a criminal record.

Terry Cline has convictions for criminal endangerment, assault, and partner-family member assault.

All three were booked into the Cascade County Detention Center for felony charges of obstructing justice.

Mary Duffy was charged and booked for obstructing justice on March 2nd.

We will update you as we get more information.

(MARCH 3, 2017) Marcus Wayne Logan has been arrested and is now in custody in Great Falls.

Logan escaped capture after speeding away from law enforcement officers on Thursday afternoon.

Just before 6 p.m. on Friday, we received word that several law enforcement vehicles were in the Gibson Flats area. About 40 minutes later, we were able to confirm that Logan had been apprehended.

The Cascade County SWAT Team apprehended Logan on Friday evening after the U.S. Marshals received a tip on Logan’s whereabouts.  

Cascade County Sheriff Bob Edwards said that Logan tried to run away when SWAT members attempted to apprehend him.  

No one was injured during the arrest.

Logan was found at #78 Eaton Avenue in the Gibson Flats area.  

He was being hidden in the residence during Thursday’s search, and information received by the Sheriff’s Office confirmed that he never left the area. 

Two people have been arrested for hiding Logan, and are facing charges of obstructing justice.  

Sheriff Edwards says that the names of the two people will be released at "a further time."

A search warrant is currently being served by members of the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Marshals at the Easton Avenue residence.

We will update you when we get more details.

PREVIOUSLY: Suspect eludes capture; search suspended