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Mineral County Rape Suspect Found Dead in Apparent Suicide

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MINERAL COUNTY -

A Montana man accused of rape in Mineral Co., but on the run in Idaho, is dead in an apparent suicide.

Mineral Co. Sheriff Ernie Ornelas says 37-year-old William Riley Baldwin was found by Idaho State Patrol on south Highway 95 in Kootenai Co., Idaho.

Kootenai Co. sergeants say Baldwin was found in his vehicle and died from an apparent suicide.

Baldwin was on probation in Missoula County and wanted in connection to a rape which occurred in DeBorgia, Mont. on Wednesday, April 2.

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