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Man facing six felonies after burglary spree in Great Falls

GREAT FALLS- A man has been charged in Great Falls with six felonies and five misdemeanors following a recent crime spree.

Court documents allege that Patrick Lawrence Henderson broke into and stole items from several places in Great Falls from Nov. 6 through Nov. 16.

According to the charging documents, among the places that he is alleged to have broken into and/or stolen from are Schulte’s convenience store on Third Avenue South at 38th Street; the Sinclair station at Seventh Avenue South and 57th Street; Skyline Casino at 3220 15th Street South and the Columbus Center on Second Avenue North.

Henderson reportedly stole several items during this period, including a pickup truck, an ATM machine, lottery tickets, beer, and money.

Henderson has been charged with four felony counts of burglary, two felony counts of theft, two misdemeanor counts of theft, and three misdemeanor counts of criminal mischief.

Prosecutors requested that bond for Henderson be set at $50,000, citing the nature of the crimes and his “extensive criminal history” which includes numerous felony convictions, revocations, and probation violations.

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