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Kirby charged with urinating on a man's vehicle and threatening a police officer

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Christopher Michael Kirby (MT Department of Corrections file photo) Christopher Michael Kirby (MT Department of Corrections file photo)
Christopher Michael Kirby is facing charges of intimidation and disorderly conduct after he allegedly urinated on another person's vehicle in Great Falls. Christopher Michael Kirby is facing charges of intimidation and disorderly conduct after he allegedly urinated on another person's vehicle in Great Falls.
GREAT FALLS -

Christopher Michael Kirby is facing charges of intimidation and disorderly conduct after he allegedly urinated on another person's vehicle in Great Falls.

The incident happened on Wednesday, November 23rd, near the intersection of Central Avenue and 4th Street North, when police officers were dispatched to investigate the allegation.

According to court documents, when officers found Kirby, he smelled of alcohol, his eyes were bloodshot and glassy, and he was having a hard time keeping his balance. 

He reportedly began yelling racial insults, tried to grab a police officer's vest, and refused to follow officers' demands.

As officers placed Kirby in the patrol car, he said that he was a Navy SEAL and he could "kill them in a thousand different ways."  Kirby also reportedly threatened to kill one of the officers and assault the officer's children.

While being taken to the Cascade County Detention Center, according to court documents, Kirby continued to threaten the officer and his family, telling the officer that when he got out of jail, he would find his house and kill him and assault his family. 

The officer informed Kirby that he was being recorded, and Kirby replied that he didn't care and continued to threaten the officer.

When he was placed in a jail cell, Kirby began singing "I'm going to kill you" over and over.

Kirby is charged with felony intimidation and misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

Prosecutors requested that bail for Kirby be set at $50,000, noting that he has an "extensive" criminal history that includes convictions for burglary, criminal endangerment, and parole violations.

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