A judge has sentenced an Idaho doctor to seven months in prison for receipt and delivery of misbranded breast implants given to patients. Prosecutors announced Thursday that 55-year-old Temp Ray Patterson was also sentenced to one year of supervised release after his prison sentence. The former Burley doctor was also ordered to pay $8,200 of restitution and a $10,000 fine. Court documents say he mislead patients into wrongly believing the implants were federally approved.
Three siblings who had been reported missing from Great Falls have been located in Idaho, and Montana’s Department of Justice has canceled an Amber Alert issued for them. The agency says two girls, ages 5 and 3, and a 1-year-old boy were believed to be in danger because their parents have a history of drug use and violence. The children were found safe Thursday, and their parents are in custody.