Man found guilty of tying up woman, stealing prescription medication


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HELENA, Montana — A Helena man who was charged with binding a woman with duct tape and stealing her prescription medication has been convicted of burglary, robbery and criminal possession of dangerous drugs.

KTVH-TV reports ( ) District Court jurors returned the verdict against 22-year-old Andrew Eric Segura on Wednesday.

Charging documents say Segura broke into a house in June 2012, bound a woman's wrists and wrapped duct tape around her head and mouth and threatened to kill her if she didn't tell him where she kept her prescription drugs.

Prosecutors say Segura took a strong prescription pain patch and a bottle of muscle relaxants.

Sentencing is set for Dec. 4.

Information from: KTVH-TV,

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