Helena polygamist pleads not guilty to bail-jumping charge

KXLH 9 News, Montana/February 19, 2016

By Dennis Carlson

Helena -- Thomas Sliwinski of Helena, on the run from the law for more than a decade, was back in court on Thursday.

Sliwinski pleaded not guilty to felony bail-jumping in Judge Deeann Cooney’s court.

Sliwinski was convicted in 2003 for having sex with his step-daughter; the admitted polygamist allegedly failed to make a court date back in 2004.

He was then arrested in Mexico in October of 2015.

At the time of his prosecution in 2003, Sliwinski  reportedly was living in a remote area between Helena and Great Falls where he was “married” to three women.

He faces charges for failing to registered as a sex offender and for evidence-tampering, as well as a petition to revoke a 10-year suspended sentence on the sex charge.

His trial for bail jumping has been set for May 2nd.

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