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West End Robber Sentencing

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The man accused of robbing three businesses, and attempting a 4th robbery, is sentenced in district court Monday.

William Everhart gets 20 years in the Montana State Prison, with 10 years suspended. Court documents show Everhart robbed a Subway sandwich shop near 24th and King Avenue in Billings, two days before he allegedly robbed Pie Guys Pizza and Versa Tan. He also attempted to steal from the Dairy Queen on the West End of Billings. Prosecutors say he has a criminal history of prior felonies for possession of dangerous drugs.

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