TIMELINE: Anthony Montwheeler’s long, legal road

Anthony Montwheeler pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter and third-degree assault late last month in a case from 2017 that left two people dead. (The Enterprise/File).


Anthony Montwheeler

March 26, 1996 – Arrested for kidnapping and arson after holding his wife and son at gunpoint in Baker City.

Sept. 23, 1997 – Found guilty but insane in Baker County, placed under jurisdiction of state Psychiatric Security Review Board for 70 years. He is committed to the Oregon State Hospital.

Nov. 4, 2002 – Security Review Board releases Montwheeler to an Ontario group home.

Sept. 6, 2012 – Convicted of aggravated theft in Grant County, sentenced to prison.

April 21, 2014 – Released from state . . .