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Fourth Suspect in Drug Bust Shooting Pleads Not Guilty

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MISSOULA -

The fourth suspect involved in a drug bust shooting back in November pleaded not guilty in Missoula District Court on Tuesday.

Justin Michael Holdstheenemy pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery before Judge Karen Townsend.

Court documents show an undercover detective went to the Rosauer's parking lot to do a controlled buy of meth from a woman named Jazmine Beehler in November.

Holdstheenemy and another man involved-- Joshua Robinson-- showed up in Beehler's place.

Instead of handing over the meth, Robinson pulled a gun on the detective and demanded money.

Robinson fired two shots at the detective, who survived.

Robinson, Beehler and a suspect named Rachelle Kolden, also pleaded not guilty to related charges last week.

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