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Drug Bust Shooting Suspect Receives 10 Years in Prison

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MISSOULA - A Missoula man involved in a drug bust shooting last November will spend 10 years in prison, with five years suspended.

Justin Holdstheenemy was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit robbery.

Court documents show an undercover detective went to the Rosauer's parking lot to do a controlled buy of meth.

Holdstheenemy and a man named Joshua Robinson met the detective in the parking lot.

Instead of handing over the meth, Robinson pulled a gun on the detective and demanded money.

He fired to shots at the officer, who survived.

Robinson pleaded not guilty to attempted deliberate homicide and robbery back in December.
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