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Police Investigating Homicide in Anaconda

ANACONDA -

Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Police have a suspect in custody after a weekend homicide.

Police Chief Tim Barkell says police responded to a shooting at a home on East 4th Street Saturday morning.

The victim, 45-year-old Robert Furman, was rushed to the hospital where he died from a bullet wound.

Witnesses told police 21-year-old Dylan Jess had shot Furman while the two were in an argument.

Jess was still at the home at the time he was arrested.

Barkell says he is being held at the Deer Lodge County jail.

Jess is expected to appear in court later this week on a deliberate homicide charge.

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