St. Xavier Man Stabbed to Death - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

St. Xavier Man Stabbed to Death

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The FBI confirms authorities have a suspect in custody for the homicide in Big Horn County, but due to the ongoing investigation, his identity is not being released at this time.

According to the Big Horn County Coroner Terry Bullis, 42-year-old Franklin Red Wolf, of St. Xavier, killed over the weekend died from multiple stab wounds.

Bullis says Red Wolf was discovered Saturday between noon and 12:30 PM near the Two Leggins River Access. An autopsy performed on Monday confirmed Red Wolf bled to death.

At this point, the BIA and FBI are investigating Red Wolf's death as a homicide.

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