Law

Manhunt for two Indian inmates who fled Wyoming



Authorities are searching for two Indian inmates who escaped from a Wyoming work-release program on February 9.

Shannon Parazoo, 44, is a member of an Oregon tribe. His son, Alonzo Durgin, 28, is a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming.

The two fled Wyoming, along with Parazoo's wife, Rose, and her two children. They are believed to be hiding out on the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana.

Parazoo and Durgin are considered armed and dangerous. Parazoo was convicted of second-degree murder and Durgin was convicted of aggravated assault and robbery.

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Manhunt focuses on reservation (The Great Falls Tribune 2/21)