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Papa John's robbery suspect in court on drug charges

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The man police say tried to rob the Helena Papa John's and then had a change of heart appeared in court today on drug charges.

David Randall Lacey is facing a felony attempted robbery charge for the Papa John's incident, and appeared in Judge Menahan's Court on those charges Wednesday.  Today, Lacey appeared in Judge Kathy Seeley's Court to face 4 counts of criminal distribution of dangerous drugs and one charge of criminal trespassing.  He faces a maximum of life in prison and a minimum of 1 year for each charge.  He's being held on $25,000 bond.  He's scheduled to enter a plea on March 14th.


Story by Aniseh Hamour, Beartooth NBC.
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