Columbia Falls man denies vandalizing clinic
A Columbia Falls man is denying allegations he vandalized a Kalispell clinic that provides abortions and tried to break into a bail bonds office.
The Missoulian reports that 24-year-old Zachary Jordan Klundt pleaded not guilty Thursday to felony burglary, criminal mischief, theft and attempted burglary.
Prosecutors say Klundt broke into All Families Healthcare late on March 3 or early on March 4, causing significant damage to furniture, medical equipment and supplies and a file cabinet.
Investigators also say $950 was missing.
Police arrested Klundt on March 4 after the owner of Bob's Bail Bonds reported someone was trying to break in.
Twyla Klundt, Zachary Klundt's mother, resigned her board position on Hope Pregnancy Ministries after her son's arrest.
It operates the anti-abortion Clear Choice Clinic in Kalispell.
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