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David Stone Arrested For Violating Release Conditions

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David Stone was arrested on Tuesday (Yesterday) In Moscow. He is accused of violating his release conditions. David Stone was arrested on Tuesday (Yesterday) In Moscow. He is accused of violating his release conditions.
MOSCOW, Idaho - One of the men accused of being connected to the disappearance of Rachael Anderson was arrested this week for violating his release conditions. 

Police tell KHQ David Stone was arrested in Moscow on Tuesday after detectives interviewed him about violating the conditions of this release. Police say Stone was not to have any contact with his wife, and they believe he did. Detectives said after interviewing Stone, they developed enough probable cause to arrest him. 

Stone was released on bond after agreeing to a plea deal in the Rachael Anderson case. Stone gave detectives information he believed would lead them to Anderson. So far, Rachael Anderson is still missing. 

Stone's bond was revoked and he will be in court on Friday to determine what will happen while he is awaiting to testify in the trial of Charles Capone. 

Capone's trial is set to start at the end of March. 
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