Man Admits to Parole Violations after Allegedly Engaging in Vehicle Pursuit

HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – A man that allegedly violated his parole in part by leading authorities on a high-speed vehicle pursuit has admitted to several violations.

Robert Gerald Bear, III, admitted to violating four separate conditions of his release on Monday in Hill County District Court. He admitted to not reporting to his parole officer, not remaining law abiding, not paying court fees and to using illegal drugs. However, Bear denied using methamphetamine while on parole.

The Court dismissed the denied portion of the allegation after a request from the defense.

The change of answers comes after Bear had denied violating the conditions of his release last month.

His Probation and Parole Officer has previously recommended he serve three years in the Department of Corrections, with none suspended.

A disposition hearing is set for March 4 at 3 PM.

Bear remains in the Hill County Detention Center on $25,000 bond.

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