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Sheldon B. Chase
A federal judge in Billings has ordered a competency hearing for a Lodge Grass man accused in a triple murder that rocked the Crow Indian Reservation in 2011.
A Lodge Grass man found incompetent to stand trial on three murder charges will have a hearing in December to determine whether he can be released or needs further care.
A federal judge has set a competency hearing for Dec. 20 in Billings for a Lodge Grass man facing murder charges in the killings of his grandmother, cousin and cousin’s boyfriend last year.
Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull has rescheduled the triple-murder trial of Sheldon B. Chase of Lodge Grass for Sept. 17 in Billings.
Attorneys for Sheldon B. Chase, who is charged in the shooting deaths of three people on the Crow Reservation last fall, are seeking to reschedule an April 23 trial to allow more time for investigation.