The FBI said Monday that no arrests had been made in the murders of three people in Lodge Grass, but the man who was the subject of a “Be on the Lookout” alert was arrested Monday night.  KTVQ.com reports that 32-year-old Roderick Plentyhawk was booked into Yellowstone County jail, where he’s being held without bond on one count of possession of stolen property.  The FBI said Monday afternoon the investigation is ongoing into the murders of 27-year-old Leslie Nomee Jr, 25-year-old Denise Nomee, and 30-year-old Nehemiah Broken Rope.

Federal agents declined to comment on whether any persons of interest had been identified.  Plentyhawk was identified in the BOLO alert last week as a suspect in the murders.  It is unclear whether he is still considered a suspect.  The victims were shot to death in what authorities consider a drug-related incident.