Havre police arrested a man, wanted on a rape charge, in Havre Monday morning on the 1900 Block of 1st Street Northeast, seven months after the original warrant for his arrest was issued.
Donald HasEagle, born in 1988, was in the Hill County Detention Center this morning on $40,000 bond for a charge of sexual intercourse without consent and a $100,000 bond for a charge of violating conditions of a deferred imposition of sentence.
The Hill County Attorney’s Office charged HasEagle in May with the count of rape. Officers had been unable to locate the defendant and arrest him on the charge. The federal marshals office issued another warrant for his arrest about Dec. 18.
HasEagle was charged after a woman said he forced her to have sex in ways she did not wish to after she began having consensual sex with him April 14.
HasEagle pleaded guilty in a plea agreement in 2012 to a reduced charge in another case. He was charged in 2011 with felony counts of assault with a weapon and criminal endangerment and a misdemeanor count of partner or family member assault, first offense.
Under the plea agreement, he pleaded guilty to a reduced charge in the first count, criminal endangerment instead of assault with a weapon, and to the misdemeanor assault charge.
The judge imposed a three-year deferred imposition of sentence on the felony and a one-year deferred imposition of sentence on the misdemeanor.
If HasEagle had abided by all conditions of his release, he could have requested that the felony be struck from his record after the three-year probationary period.