Alleged Escapee Wanted for Rape Will Be Returned to Montana - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Alleged Escapee Wanted for Rape Will Be Returned to Montana

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The man who walked out of an unlocked police interrogation room while being questioned will be returned ton Montana.

According to the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, 28-year-old Kevin Briggs from Bozeman waived extradition in Portland, Oregon on Tuesday morning.

The Gallatin County Attorney is not sure at this time when he will be returned to Bozeman to face charges of attempted sexual intercourse without consent, aggravated assault, assault on a peace officer and escape.

Officers say Briggs walked out of the station during a shift change early on February 1st.

He is a registered sex offender after being convicted of kidnapping and raping his 13-year-old girlfriend in Helena back in 2003 when he was 17.

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