Missoula police reviewing rape cases
MISSOULA (AP) — The Missoula Police Department has started an internal review of 50 sexual assault cases over the last two years due to concerns city officials have about the way the agency handles sexual assault reports, the police chief says.
Chief Mark Muir said the review will be finished in time for a public meeting Wednesday before a Missoula City Council committee.
"We found two cases we feel weren't adequately investigated," he told the Missoulian (http://bit.ly/wziJwa). "They were reassigned."
He said he chose the last two years because the statute of limitations had not expir...