Pedophile Former Glendive And Malta Montana Police Officer Taylon Bain Charged After Sex With At Least 4 Children – One A Special Olympics Volunteer


DAWSON COUNTY, MONTANA – Taylon Bain, a former Glendive and Malta police officer who once ran for Dawson County Sheriff, has been arrested on child molestation charges.

Bain, 27, faces four counts of sexual intercourse without consent, two counts of sexual abuse of children, and one count of solicitation of tampering with physical evidence, all felonies.

Bain appeared in Dawson County Justice Court on Tuesday and was bound over to District Court.

The arrest was the culmination of at least two years of investigation.

The charging documents identify four female victims between the ages of 13 and 16 between 2004 through 2009.

The documents allege that Bain saved pictures of his alleged victims on his computer and phone.

They say that reportedly met the girls through community groups he was involved in including two through 4-H, one through a dance class, and one through Special Olympics.

Bob Norbie, the president and CEO of Special Olympics Montana, said, “We are deeply saddened to learn that Taylon Bain has been charged with violating an underage volunteer of Special Olympics and others in the Glendive community. As a volunteer, Mr. Bain passed all required volunteer registration and screening processes. Although we have not been contacted by the authorities, Special Olympics will do anything it can to support the investigation into these serious allegations.”

Since leaving law enforcement several years ago Bain has worked as DJ and sound man and for oilfield service companies.

Bain is now held in the Dawson County Correctional Facility on $50,000 bond.

Court records involving another possible suspect are sealed.

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