- Associated Press - Monday, November 9, 2015

HAVRE, Mont. (AP) - A 17-year-old Havre boy has pleaded guilty to attempted deliberate homicide in the stabbings of three Montana State University-Northern students.

The Havre Daily News reports (https://bit.ly/1Y0Fmgb ) Justice Brown spoke quietly and never looked up as he was questioned Monday afternoon by District Judge Daniel Boucher.

Authorities say Brown repeatedly stabbed the students during a break-in at an off-campus apartment in May.

Nineteen-year-old Sam Mix was stabbed more than three dozen times. Nineteen-year-old Taylor Woolman was stabbed more than 20 times. Twenty-year-old Alicia Sneed was stabbed seven times before she escaped and called for help.

Brown’s guilty plea comes after reaching an agreement with prosecutors. They are recommending he serve a 100-year prison term for each attempted homicide charge and 40 years for burglary.


Information from: Havre Daily News, https://www.havredailynews.com

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