Crazyboy Pleads Guilty to Three Felonies in Hill County District Court

HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – A man accused of being a leader of a burglary ring in Hill County has signed a plea agreement.

Jaylen Crazyboy pleaded guilty to the felonies of theft, theft by common scheme and engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise on Monday in Hill County District Court.

Crazyboy had been charged with a total of 31 felonies and 48 misdemeanors across three different District Court cases. In the plea agreement, Crazyboy  pleaded guilty to one felony in each case.

The plea agreement asks for the sentences to be run concurrently and to each be seven years in the Montana State Prison system, with five of those suspended.

In the agreement, Crazyboy admits to distributing methamphetamine in February 2019 as “part of a continuing series of two or more criminal violations,” and that he, “committed these violations in concert with at least five other persons, with respect to whom I was in the position of organizer, and from which I gained substantial income or resources.”

Crazyboy also admitted to stealing property worth over $5,000 on September 18, 2019, and property worth over $1,500 on September 24 and October 9, 2019.

Crazyboy had previously pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Sentencing is set for May 12th.

He remains in the Hill County Detention Center on $150,000 bond.

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