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Bond set at $500,000 for man charged in fatal Laurel slashing

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Carter agreed with a prosecutors request and set bond at $500,000 for William Earl Cunningham, who is accused of drunkenly killing 40-year-old Nathaniel Horn. An autopsy determined Horn probably bled to death, court records say. Cunningham, who said he served in the Army, gave police a breath sample that registered a blood alcohol concentration of .217 percent after being taken into custody, according to charging documents. The defendant is a violent multi-state violent offender who slashed the victims throat over an argument about the military, Deputy Yellowstone County Attorney Chris Morris told the judge during bond arguments. Morris listed several felony California convictions for Cunningham including for assault with a deadly weapon and willful child cruelty dating back to the 1970s.
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