- Associated Press - Friday, November 6, 2015

HAVRE, Mont. (AP) - A 17-year-old Havre boy who was charged with repeatedly stabbing three Montana State University-Northern students during an apartment break-in has reached a plea agreement.

KOJM-AM reports (https://bit.ly/1cN28FD ) Justice Brown is scheduled to plead guilty Monday to three counts of attempted deliberate homicide and one count of aggravated burglary for the May 4 attack.

Prosecutors are recommending he serve a 100-year prison term for each attempted homicide charge and 40 years for burglary.

Brown was charged with attacking Taylor Woolman, Sam Mix and Alicia Schneid with a kitchen knife in an off-campus apartment.

Mix was stabbed more than three dozen times while Woolman was stabbed more than 20 times, including one that pierced her brain. Schneid was stabbed seven times. Mix and Woolman are still recovering.

The motive for the attack is unclear.


Information from: KOJM-AM, https://www.kojm.com

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