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    Billings, Montana (AP)

    A Crow Agency man who pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact in a double murder admitted Nov. 25 he violated the terms of his supervised release by drinking alcohol and having marijuana.

    District Judge Richard Cebull ordered Moses Rising Sun, 22, into residential drug treatment followed by time in a halfway house. Cebull sentenced Rising Sun to 60 days with the Bureau of Prisons for evaluation with release to a residential chemical dependency program in Butte. He also ordered 35 months of supervised release to include six months in a halfway house.

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