Stevensville Man Pleads Not Guilty to Double Homicide

Logan Dallas Christopher is charged with killing his mother and the mother of his two children

By Associated Press

HAMILTON – A western Montana man charged with killing his mother and the mother of his two children pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two counts of deliberate homicide.

Logan Dallas Christopher, 25, made his initial appearance before District Judge Howard Recht via video from the Ravalli County jail, the Ravalli Republic reported.

Christopher is charged with shooting and killing Marisa Wahl, 25, and Tiffanie Greenslade, 47, in a fifth-wheel trailer on his parents’ property near Stevensville on March 10.

He is also charged with shooting his father in the arm and leading police on a chase that ended in Missoula. Christopher also faces a charge of possession of cocaine with intent to sell. Recht continued Christopher’s bail at $2 million.

County Attorney Bill Fulbright did not immediately return a phone call seeking to learn if Christopher had an attorney who could comment on his behalf.

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