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Two State Prison Inmates Die of Illness Over Weekend

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Two Montana State Prison inmates died over the weekend from extended illnesses.

MSO Public Information Officer Linda Moodry says Bruce Hamby passed away on Saturday, Feb. 22, while John Anthony Costanza died from his illness on Sunday, Feb. 23.

Hamby was given a 50-year sentence out of Yellowstone Co. for sexual assault. His discharge date was May 4, 2048.

Costanza, also sentenced out of Yellowstone Co., was serving a 40-year sentence for mitigated deliberate homicide with use of a weapon. Costanza would be up for parole on March 29, 2017 and his discharge date was March 22, 2047.

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