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By Tim Leeds 

Woman pleads guilty to car dragging

Codefendant still scheduled for trial

 

April 1, 2014



One of two Havre women accused of dragging a relative with their car and nearly running over her, after stealing the victim’s purse has pleaded guilty in a plea agreement.

Leslie A. Crazyboy, born in 1979, pleaded guilty in state District Court in Havre Monday to a felony count of criminal endangerment. The plea agreement recommends a three-year suspended sentence, with the sentencing hearing set for May 19.

Gloria Crazyboy, born in 1976, still faces charges of criminal endangerment, a felony, and assault, a misdemeanor, stemming from the incident. Her trial on the charges is set for Ju...



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Reader Comments

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Jamie writes:

to GUESSWHO: The recommendation in the plea agreement for the 3 year deferred sentence comes from the County Attorney's office not the Judge. Call Gina Dahl and voice your dissatisfaction. As a public servant, she should be happy to take your call and discuss your concerns.

GuessWho writes:

What is with these suspended sentences? Is the judge scared of these criminals or what? Can't the cops collect enough evidence to prosecute these criminals ? Sure looks to me like Hill County system needs to get rid of some people and get some one that will put these criminals where they belong.

 
 
 
 
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