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Wallace Pleads Not Guilty to Burglary Charges

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30-year-old Dale Wallace, accused of robbing the "Cards n Coins" shop in Butte at gun point, pleaded not guilty in Butte-Silver Bow County District Court Thursday morning.

Wallace is charged with felony armed robbery for allegedly robbing the Butte store while restraining the owner and threatening the man with a gun.

Wallace and suspect Sarah Jo Johnson were found days later in Lincoln City, Oregon.

Wallace was struck by a patrol vehicle while trying to flee from police.

Johnson took her own life after a five-hour standoff.

Wallace is being held on a $150,000 bond.

He will appear in court next on February 14.

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