Montana Wife Killer Caught After Over A Decade On The Run
He killed his wife in 1986, Jesse Sacket a then resident of Missoula has finally been arrested again. The fugitive, who has been on the run for over a decade was caught in Minneapolis after authorities received a tip that he had been living there under the alias Richard Tissot.
Sackett, who beat his wife with a bat, shot her in the head and dumped her body, got 60 years in the Montana State Prison with 20 years suspended. He was released in 2007 and his supervision was transferred to New Jersey, but he disappeared in 2009.
Missoula County's chief deputy attorney obtained a new arrest warrant after hearing about the new lead. The wife killer will be held without bail until he is returned to Montana.
(The Associated Press contributed to this story).