Man Accused of Kidnapping Changes Plea

Kevin Fuller changed his plea in District Court Thursday.
Kevin Fuller changed his plea in District Court Thursday.

A Great Falls, Montana man changed his plea on a Kidnapping charge in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday. As terms of a plea agreement with the State, Kevin Fuller plead guilty to a lesser charge of Felonious Restraint. If the Court accepts the terms of the plea agreement, Fuller could possibly serve 2 to 4 years in prison for his crime. Fuller will also receive credit for time served.

During the hearing, at times, Fuller was slow to respond to District Court Judge John Fenn's questions, which prompted Fenn to ask him if he fully understood the plea agreement and the hearing that was taking place before him. Fuller responded that he indeed did understand, although he stated that he did not fully agree with the description of the incident that lead to him being arrested.

Fuller was arrested August 9th in Sheridan at the Maverick Country Store on Brundage Lane for allegedly kidnapping his girlfriend Dawn Turner. Judge Fenn ordered a pre-sentence investigation and set a sentencing date of November 22nd at 11:30 am.

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