Criminal Investigations

There are six Investigators in the Lewis & Clark County Sheriff's Office. The Investigators work day shifts during the week; however, one is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for major incidents.

The LCSO Investigators handle a wide range of duties. They are responsible for all major investigations, as well as conducting routine case work involving burglaries, thefts and criminal mischief. The Investigators work closely with the Fire Marshal to determine the cause of all suspicious fires and also work with the Coroner in cases of suicides or unattended deaths. They coordinate all investigations with city, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

Property and Evidence

The Lewis & Clark County Sheriff's Office employs an Evidence Technician (Dan Beadle - 447-8250). This person is responsible for the security and control of seized, recovered and evidentiary property as well as abandoned, lost or found property in the custody of the LCSO. Additionally, the Evidence Technician serves as support to the Investigators in the collection of evidence, coordinates with the forensic scientists at the Crime Lab, and interfaces with the courts and County Attorney's office in maintaining chain of custody.

Criminal Investigations Division (CID)

CID Sgt.: Eric Gilbertson - (406) 447-8244

Investigator: Bill Pandis - (406) 447-8242

Investigator: Joshua Van Dyke - (406) 447-8286

VAWA Investigator: Greg Holmlund - (406) 447-8245

Investigator: LeeAnn Pekovitch - (406) 447-8243

Investigator: James Ward - (406) 457-8834

Investigator:Pat McDuffie - (406) 457-8836

MRDTF Detective:  (406) 447-8054

Criminal Investigations Division (CID)

CID Sgt.: Eric Gilbertson - (406) 447-8244

Investigator: Bill Pandis - (406) 447-8242

Investigator: Joshua Van Dyke - (406) 447-8286

VAWA Investigator: Greg Holmlund - (406) 447-8245

Investigator: LeeAnn Pekovitch - (406) 447-8243

Investigator: James Ward - (406) 457-8834

Investigator:Pat McDuffie - (406) 457-8836

MRDTF Detective:  (406) 447-8054

Criminal Investigations

There are six Investigators in the Lewis & Clark County Sheriff's Office. The Investigators work day shifts during the week; however, one is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for major incidents.

The LCSO Investigators handle a wide range of duties. They are responsible for all major investigations, as well as conducting routine case work involving burglaries, thefts and criminal mischief. The Investigators work closely with the Fire Marshal to determine the cause of all suspicious fires and also work with the Coroner in cases of suicides or unattended deaths. They coordinate all investigations with city, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

Property and Evidence

The Lewis & Clark County Sheriff's Office employs an Evidence Technician (Dan Beadle - 447-8250). This person is responsible for the security and control of seized, recovered and evidentiary property as well as abandoned, lost or found property in the custody of the LCSO. Additionally, the Evidence Technician serves as support to the Investigators in the collection of evidence, coordinates with the forensic scientists at the Crime Lab, and interfaces with the courts and County Attorney's office in maintaining chain of custody.