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A North Carolina man accused of kidnapping and killing an elderly ex-sheriff in Billings in June has had his bond doubled to $2 million.

Donald Mack Gray Jr., 58, is charged in Yellowstone County with deliberate homicide and obstructing a peace officer, a misdemeanor.

Judge Michael Moses increased Gray’s bond on Tuesday at Gray’s arraignment.

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Prosecutors say Gray carjacked 81-year-old William Joy in Billings on June 10 and stabbed him to death when he tried to attract attention.

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After Gray’s initial appearance on the local charges, he was charged in Asheville, North Carolina, with kidnapping and killing a 59-year-old woman who had been reported missing May 24.

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