Bertollini, along with a close friend and former business partner, Carl Story (b. 1936), were notorious for running the Sandpoint, Idaho-based 11th Hour Remnant Messenger, a Christian Identity ministry which worked closely with Butler's group and often mailed out its racist pamphlets to area neighborhoods.
Bertollini was arrested April 12, 2006 by the FBI in Santa Fe, New Mexico after fleeing a drunk driving charge in Bonner County, Idaho, in July 2001. On August 25, 2006 he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two concurrent prison sentences of one to four years, both of which would be suspended, and concurrent 6-month sentences in the Bonner County Jail. The agreement also called for $10,000 in fines with $2,000 suspended, leaving a balance of $8,000. In June 2007 he received 41 months on federal charges in New Mexico of being a fugitive in possession of firearms ("At the time of his arrest, agents discovered a sawed-off, 12-gauge shotgun with a shell racked into firing position. The search of the pickup truck he was driving also yielded a loaded .380-caliber semiautomatic pistol, federal court documents indicate.").
After being in Florence, Colo., federal prison, he has gotten part-time employment to supplement his monthly Social Security payments using his new name (Vincent Bert), moving to Albuquerque from Santa Fe, N.M., where he maintains a post office box.
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