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Helena woman accused of breaking terms of sentencing appears in court

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A Helena woman accused of violating the terms of her previous sentencing, by fleeing the state and leading law enforcement on a lengthy missing persons search, made her first appearance in Lewis and Clark County Court today.

The state has filed a petition to revoke the previous sentencing of Angelica Melody Gray.  Gray was initially faced with a 3 year deferred sentence and a 2 year deferred sentence on 2 separate counts of criminal possession of dangerous drugs.  If the state finds she has violated the conditions of her sentencing, she faces a maximum penalty of 5 years in Montana Women's Prison for each count.  Her initial appearance is set to continue next week.

 

Story by Charlie Misra, Beartooth NBC.
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