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No Charges, But One in Custody in Bozeman

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One person is in custody in connection with a meth lab explosion in Bozeman.

While no charges are filed in Tuesday night's explosion, in a press release about the explosion Bozeman police said 26-year-old Devon Wayne Arnaud is in custody on a probation violation.

Documents show he was sentenced to five years in prison for a rape that occurred in 2003. He was not sentenced until January of 2009.

Police are holding a press conference Thursday morning to update their investigation. ABC FOX MONTANA be there and will post the latest as soon as we have it.

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