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Documents Filed Against Man For Helping Bozeman Escapee

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A man accused of helping a Bozeman escapee get out of his shackles is behind bars.

Court documents state that Cedric Allen Standish-Codding, 21 used a dremel hand tool to remove his leg and wrist restraints from Kevin Anthony Briggs in February when he walked out of the Law and Justice Center.

In 2011, Standish-Codding was sentenced to three years probation for burglary and theft charges. He has been in jail since last month for violating his probation.

The report says Standish-Codding took about 15 minutes to remove the restraints from Briggs.

Once Briggs was free, Standish-Codding allegedly gave Briggs somewhere between 20 and 30 dollars and a coat.

The Bozeman Police Department has requested the Gallatin County Attorney's Office prosecute Standish-Codding with felony obstruction of justice.

No official charges have been filed yet

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