Man Sentenced to 65 Years in Prison for Great Falls Hatchet Homicide

GREAT FALLS, Mont. (NMB) – The Great Falls Tribune reports that a man has been sentenced to 65 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of three felonies based on allegations that he used a hatched to kill a man in a 2018 street fight in Great Falls.

James Michael Parker, 35, was sentenced Monday by Cascade County District Court Judge Elizabeth Best. This comes after a Jury in September found Parker guilty of deliberate homicide, assault with a weapon, and witness tampering in the killing of Lloyd Geaudry, 45.

Previous convictions on Parker’s record include sexual assault, assault with a weapon, and unlawful transfer of firearms.

Parker had been on supervised release at the time of the murder.

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