Roderick Anagal, violent offender in pre-release program MT!

Roderick Anagal, a person of interest in the Unsolved murder of Jilleda Jay John, Navajo, is in a pre-release program in Montana after serving very little time in a violent attempted murder/assault with a deadly weapon case at a Flathead Reservation Casino in Montana, where he fled after Jill’s body was found.   We are extremely concerned and are awaiting phone calls returned by his case worker whom we have alerted that Roderick Anagal’s DNA (as a felon) needs to be collected and checked for a match with the Chinle Police Dept. in Arizona, as well as the C.I.’s and F.B.I. working on the now "cold case" of Jillleda Jay John.   We cannot allow this man to be released without his DNA being checked and a complete investigation into his whereabouts on the night that Jilleda was murdered!  Is He SLIPPING THRU THE CRACKS!?  Is a murderer being released?! 
Roderick Anagal was named by someone in prison as a possible likely suspect in  Jill’s murder!
We appeal to the Montana Dept. of Justice to please do the DNA test before a possible murderer is allowed to be released and return to the Navajo Nation.
We appreciate the Montana Registered Offenders site which alerted us to the fact that Roderick Anagal is in a pre-release program!  We pray that he will be detained further and must register if released elsewhere despite our pleas!
Name: Anagal, Roderick Charles
Offender Type: Violent
Also Known As: Anagal, Roderick
Primary Address: 104 N 31st               



(A Correctional Facility for Pre-Release)



City: Billings State: MT Zip Code: 59101
County: Yellowstone
Montana Statute: Assault With A Weapon Counts: 1

Sentence Date: 01/15/2009

Agency: Yellowstone County Sheriff Phone: (406) 256-2929

Registrant Information Updated: 01/29/2010 11:35:25 AM
Source: Montana Sexual or Violent Offender Registry

Registrant Information Updated: 01/29/2010 11:35:25 AM
Source: Montana Sexual or Violent Offender Registry







(Roderick Anagal stabbed a man SIX times, including in the throat!   We will repost the articles on this which are no longer on the web!)
Please call the facility below and tell them you want to alert them to the fact that Roderick Anagal, whose brother Ramaris Anagal was sentenced to 3 300 month+120 month sentences (serving consecutively; lost a recent appeal) in the kidnapping and rape of Jilleda Jay John and another female, should NOT be released!
(406) 248-5851
(406) 259-0764 Fax
Ask to speak with his caseworker.   Let’s not let a potentially likely murderer to get out early and kill or assault an innocent person!
More on Ramaris Anagal’s Rape and abduction of Jilleda Jay John:
Independent – May 23, 2006: Chinle man gets 25 years for rape

May 23, 2006 Ramaris Paul Anagal, 32, was found guilty by a federal grand jury on Sept. 15, 2005, of three counts of aggravated sexual assault and one
(We are NOT making this up folks!  The above link is broken and used to be viewable in Cached version; Luckily the articles are saved and will be reposted HERE Under Fair Use Act.
Jilleda Jay John was murdered while "under protection" of the F.B.I. from Shiprock!   She was killed before Ramaris Anagal was sentenced!  Perhaps his sentence would have been longer had Jill been able to attend the sentencing hearing and was still ALIVE!
Above link has offender types.  And Tiers.
Roderick Anagal has 1 count of Assault with a deadly weapon as per above.
Defines Assault with a deadly weapon and sentencing guidelines:
 45-5-213. Assault with weapon. (1) A person commits the offense of assault with a weapon if the person purposely or knowingly causes:
     (a) bodily injury to another with a weapon; or
     (b) reasonable apprehension of serious bodily injury in another by use of a weapon or what reasonably appears to be a weapon.
     (2) (a) Subject to the provisions of subsection (2)(b), a person convicted of assault with a weapon shall be imprisoned in the state prison for a term not to exceed 20 years or be fined not more than $50,000, or both.
     (b) In addition to any sentence imposed under subsection (2)(a), if the person convicted of assault with a weapon is a partner or family member of the victim, as defined in 45-5-206, the person is required to pay for and complete a counseling assessment as required in 45-5-206(4).

     History: En. Sec. 7, Ch. 432, L. 1999.

Roderick Anagal was to receive 10 YEARS in prison and provide monetary compensation to his VICTIM who was not a family member.

SO, WHY is he being released so soon?

Back to Ramaris Anagal, Roderick’s brother and Rapist/Kidnapper of Jilleda Jay John:

Ramaris had a long history of criminal activity.  A rap-sheet that an "unknown judge" dismissed most of his charges over the last many years:


Last month, the suspect, Ramaris Anagal, 26, of Chinle, Ariz., was arrested with two other men for allegedly burglarizing three residences in the Black Rock
What else did they both do that they never got caught for?!
Take a look at this link for part of what Ramaris Anagal did to Jilleda Jay John and his own girlfriend whose finger he BIT OFF!

Chinle Man Sentenced to 25 Years for Sexual Assault
Mon, May 22nd, 2006

Raped two women and bit off one woman’s finger tip

PHOENIX – Ramaris Paul Anagal, 32, of Chinle, Ariz., was sentenced on May 22, 2006 to 25 years in prison by U.S. District Judge Roger G. Strand. Anagal had been found guilty by a federal jury on September 15, 2005 of three counts of Aggravated Sexual Abuse and one count of Assault Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury.

Anagal beat a female companion in the car while traveling from Flagstaff, Arizona toward Leupp, Arizona on February 7, 2003. After stopping along the road, Anagal raped the female companion while forcing her to perform sex acts on his then girlfriend who was also traveling with them. Anagal pretended to have a gun during the ordeal. The girlfriend testified that she knew there was no gun but pretended to have one because she was afraid of Anagal. Both victims testified that Anagal told his girlfriend to shoot the friend.

Later, during a stop near Leupp, Arizona, the companion was able to escape. She reported the beating and the sexual assault to police the following day while the defendant and his girlfriend continued on to Birdsprings, Arizona. After spending the night at her family home, they drove to Winslow, Arizona. The next day the defendant became enraged, beating and choking his girlfriend with a seatbelt. After they drove onto the Navajo reservation, the defendant stopped the vehicle and forced her to perform another sex act with him before driving to the girlfriend’s aunt’s home.

While at the aunt’s home, Anagal was again angered and beat the girlfriend, choked her and bit her on the chin, ear and hands. He then forced her to put her finger in his mouth and bit off her fingertip, stating he was leaving her something to remember him by. The girlfriend managed to get away and ran to her aunt’s home where police were called. The girlfriend suffered a broken nose as well as needing surgery on her finger.

The investigation in this case was conducted by the FBI and the Navajo Department of Public Safety. The prosecution was handled by Dyanne Greer, Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of Arizona, Phoenix.

(We’re guessing Ramaris Anagal has about 260 months (of 300) to serve "less good time served", then HE will be free to rape and harm our daughters again!)
Here’s the 2009 Report for Ramaris Anagal’s affirmed that he WILL remain in prison and lost his appeal:


2007 WL 4239776 (C.A. 9 {Ariz.})

The defendant was convicted of multiple counts of aggravated sexual abuse and assault

resulting in serious bodily injury for a two-day crime spree involving the rape of two members

of the Navajo nation in February of 2003. The defendant appealed his convictions. The Ninth

Circuit affirmed the defendant’s convictions, finding that the district court properly denied the

defendant’s request to sever the counts into two trials. The defendant is serving 3 concurrent

300-month sentences and a concurrent 120-month sentence.


Now that you have some background on BOTH of these men, do they deserve to walk free among the rest of society?
Here’s Roderick Anagal’s Sentencing which was supposed to be 10 years (Plead guilty with 20 year sentence, 10 years SUSPENDED!):

Man sentenced to 10 years in prison for stabbing

By The Associated Press

Story Published: Jan 16, 2009 at 8:07 AM MST

Story Updated: Jan 16, 2009 at 8:07 AM MST

KALISPELL – A 38-year-old Kalispell man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for stabbing another man during a bar fight.

Roderick C. Anagal was sentenced Thursday by District Judge Stewart Stadler, who also ordered him to pay more than $19,000 in restitution to the 24-year-old man he stabbed six times during the April fight.

Anagal was initially charged with attempted homicide, but pleaded guilty to assault with a weapon in exchange for the 20-year sentence with 10 years suspended.

Several witnesses said they saw Anagal punching the victim and only later discovered he had a small folding knife in his hand. Prosecutors say the victim suffered wounds to his neck, shoulder, head and arm, some of which have caused permanent damage.


"Initially charged with ATTEMPTED HOMICIDE"!

And the VICTIM’S Name?  Wonder if he feels safe with Roderick Anagal getting out so soon!? ONE YEAR LATER plus a few months!?

A TRAVESTY of JUSTICE in our opinion.

DNA test the FELON, RODERICK ANAGAL!  Don’t let him out without investigating his connection to Jilleda Jay John’s Murder!

We PRAY that JUSTICE and COMMON SENSE prevails in this horrible matter!













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