Billings, MT - A South Dakota woman suspected in the death of a Lame Deer woman last summer has been returned to Montana to face charges.
The Billings Gazette reports 41-year-old Eugenia Ann Rowland of Pine Ridge, S.D., was booked into the Yellowstone County jail on Thursday. She was extradited from Rapid City, S.D., where she made an initial appearance in federal court on March 27. She has not entered a plea and an arraignment date hasn't been set.
Rowland faces a second-degree murder charge in the death of 21-year-old Hanna Harris, who went missing on July 4 in Lame Deer. Her body was found several days later near the town's rodeo grounds.
Rowland's co-defendant, 44-year-old Garrett Wadda, pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and aggravated sexual abuse during his April 2 arraignment.
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