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On Friday, a Billings judge sentenced “career criminal” Benjamin Quinn McChesney to five years in the Montana State Prison for jumping bail, resolving the last case against a man with a 15-year history of beating charges.
A 41-year-old man with at least 13 felony convictions — including one for posing as an official and unsuccessfully ordering his own release from jail — was arraigned Friday on a new felony charge.
A man already serving a state sentence on a felony conviction admitted to illegally possessing a firearm, a charge that could send him to federal prison for a minimum of 15 years.
For James Arthur Reynolds, a convicted felon with a long record, possessing a .45-caliber handgun, as required to join the .45s Motorcycle Club in Roundup, cost him about three years in federal prison.