Well, one less dirtbag, for a while... Anyone know em' ? Just sayin'... Howard Man admits theft of vintage Model A Story Discussion Man admits theft of vintage Model A By GREG TUTTLE Of The Gazette Staff The Billings Gazette | Posted: Thursday, February 24, 2011 3:00 pm | (5) Comments Waller A Roberts man facing a federal weapons charge admitted Thursday to stealing a vintage Model A Ford. Brent Michael Waller, 29, appeared before District Judge Mary Jane Knisely and pleaded guilty to felony theft for stealing a trailer containing the vintage auto. Waller also admitted to a second felony theft charge for stealing a Yamaha motorcycle from a Rocky Mountain College parking lot. A plea agreement calls for prosecutors and Waller's defense attorney, Lisa Bazant, to recommend that Waller receive a five-year sentence to Montana State Prison for both crimes. Bazant told the judge that the agreement also includes a provision that the state offenses will run concurrent to any sentence Waller receives for the federal weapons charge. Bazant said Waller is facing indictment in federal court, but the charge has not yet been filed. The theft of the trailer and vintage Ford on Dec. 16, 2009, from a storage unit on 64th Street West drew attention about a week later when an article about the case appeared in The Billings Gazette. Shortly after that, an anonymous caller reported that Waller stole the trailer and Model A and had the property hidden at a storage unit on 77th Street West. Officers obtained a search warrant and found the Model A, the trailer and the stolen motorcycle. The Model A and trailer were valued at about $27,000. The motorcycle was valued at about $6,800. Bazant said Thursday that Waller will be released without bond on the state charges and turned over to federal custody while awaiting the indictment. Knisely set a tentative sentencing date of July 5 for the theft charges.