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Homeless Man Stops Mont. Cop, Confesses To 25-Year-Old Murder

April 24, 2012  | 

A homeless man approached a Billings (Mont.) Police officer outside of police headquarters and confessed to the murder of a county official in Oklahoma in 1987.

Clifford Eagle told the officer about his role in the fatal shooting of Leo Boyd Reasnor, a Haskell County commissioner who was shot in the head on June 25, 1987 on a rural road in that county.

Eagle and Vince Allen Johnson shot Reasnor who had met them about a possible theft of property, reports KRMG.


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