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United States of America v. Jerel Edgar Johnson
Case Number: 4:19-cr-00036-BMM
Judge: Brian M. Morris
Court: United States District Court for the District of Montana (Cascade County)
Plaintiff's Attorney: Paulette Stewart
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Great Falls, MT - Harlem man sentenced to prison for domestic abuse
A Harlem man was sentenced to 21 months in prison and three years of supervised release for conviction on domestic abuse charges.
Jerel Edgar Johnson, 35, of Harlem, pleaded guilty in June to domestic abuse by a habitual offender.
The prosecution said in court records that Johnson assaulted the victim twice in June 2018 near Snake Butte on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. Johnson had been convicted of at least two separate prior domestic assaults in tribal court. The victim sought medical treatment for her injuries and reported the abuse. The victim reported that Johnson had hit, kneed, slapped and choked her.
This case was investigated by the Fort Belknap Police Department and the FBI.
18:117.F DOMESTIC ABUSE BY HABITUAL OFFENDER; Title 18 USC 117(a)
Outcome: 10/11/2019 34 PRESENTENCE INVESTIGATION REPORT (Sealed) as to Jerel Edgar Johnson. (copy to counsel). (SLR) (Entered: 10/11/2019)