Man pleads guilty to decapitating Montana casino patron

Man pleads guilty to decapitating Montana casino patron


 BILLINGS, Mont. — One of two men charged with decapitating a casino patron has pleaded guilty
 The Billings Gazette reports that 34-year-old Jeffery Glen Haverty pleaded guilty Monday
 Haverty and 32-year-old Donald Ray Cherry were both charged with deliberate homicide in the October 2017 death of 41-year-old Myron Wesley Knight
 Prosecutors and Haverty’s attorneys say they will seek 50 years in prison under a plea agreement
 Authorities say Knight asked a Billings casino employee to hold $120 in winnings before leaving with the men
 Police say Haverty robbed Knight of his remaining $6 and began decapitating him in a transient camp
 Authorities say Cherry took part in the decapitation after returning from a gas station
 Knight’s body was found three weeks later.  Cherry’s trial is scheduled to begin in July

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