St. Xavier Man Stabbed, Suspect in Custody
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A St. Xavier man who was found dead along the Bighorn River south of Hardin was stabbed to death and federal officials say they have a suspect in custody.
Big Horn County Coroner Terry Bullis says 42-year-old Franklin Red Wolf died of stab wounds. His body was discovered around noon Saturday at the Two Leggins fishing access site.
The FBI tells the Associated Press that a suspect is in custody, however the person's name is not being released.
The BIA and FBI are investigating Red Wolf's death as a homicide.