Havre Man with Prior Felony Conviction Accused of Violating Release Conditions

HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – A Havre man under supervised release for a previous felony conviction is back in prison after being accused of violating the conditions of his release.

Blair Chiefstick, 28, was stopped by a Hill County Sheriff near Jitterbugs in Box Elder on Friday night on suspicion of DUI. He refused to allow an officer to test his blood alcohol content and was also charged with not having a driver’s license and obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.

Chiefstick was transported to the Hill County Detention Center, where he remains on $1,255 bond. That amount does not include the probation violation for a U.S. Marshals Service Probation violation.

Chiefstick was sentenced to 87 months incarceration and 10 years of supervised release in US District Court in November 2013 to felony aggravated sexual abuse. Court documents say that Chiefstick poured gasoline on and attempted to rape a woman. He entered supervised release in July 2019.

The USMS declined to comment.

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