Thursday, August 18, 2016

Man Charged With Homicide of PTSD Veteran Also Abandoned Service Dog

Montana man charged in homicide case involving missing veteran
The Great Falls Tribune
By: Andrea Fisher
August 17, 2016

The report says Craft also admitted to pawning the rifle he used, selling Petzack’s truck and abandoning the veteran’s service dog somewhere on the way to Valier.
A Great Falls, Montana, man has been charged with deliberate homicide in connection to a veteran reported missing earlier this year.

A $1 million arrest warrant was issued for Brandon Lee Craft on Wednesday morning. He is accused of killing 28-year-old Adam Petzack, who was reported missing by his mother.

Police say Craft is currently in custody in Washington state.

Court documents say Petzack was a veteran on full disability because of a traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder.

According to court records, detectives with the Great Falls Police Department were investigating Craft for suspicious financial activity involving Petzack’s VA benefits. Documents indicate Petzack lived in a rental unit on Craft’s property in Great Falls.
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