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KHRT ND News - Friday - 08/23/19 - Morning Edition

The North Dakota Supreme Court has thrown out the life sentence given to a man whose girlfriend cut the baby from the womb of an unsuspecting neighbor....

     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Supreme Court has thrown out the life sentence given to a man whose girlfriend cut the baby from the womb of an unsuspecting neighbor.

    William Hoehn, of Fargo, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit kidnapping in the August 2017 attack on Savanna Greywind, who died of her injuries but whose baby survived. He entered the plea before a jury acquitted him of conspiracy to commit murder.

    Hoehn's girlfriend, Brooke Crews, admitted that she sliced Greywind's baby from her womb.

    Hoehn had faced a maximum 21 years behind bars, but Judge Tom Olson granted prosecutors' request to label Hoehn a dangerous offender, enhancing his maximum sentence to life with the possibility of parole.

    The state Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Hoehn shouldn't have received that designation and ordered that he be resentenced.


    MINOT, ND - The Ward County Sheriff's Office is looking for information regarding a break-in and vandalism at the Ryder Community Center over the weekend of August 16th. If you know anything regarding this incident, please contact Sgt. Jared Olson at 701-857-6500.


    BISMARCK, N.D. - The North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality (NDDEQ) has announced the kickoff of its North Dakota Stewards Initiative.

    "North Dakotans are proud of their clean air and water, pristine lands and wide-open spaces," said initiative coordinator Angela Seligman. "As stewards of North Dakota's environment, we all can have a role in keeping our legendary state as clean as possible."

    For the month of September, the NDDEQ is encouraging residents to log activities that reduce waste and save energy. These include activities such as walking instead of driving, recycling or composting instead of throwing waste in the trash, using reusable bags instead of paper or plastic bags, and carpooling. At the end of the month, the NDDEQ will calculate how these activities helped save energy and money, how much waste was kept out of landfills, and how much vehicle emissions were reduced.

    To get involved in the North Dakota Stewards Initiative, visit Participants can download a daily eco log to help track savings throughout the month. At the end of the month, those savings can be entered on the website. The NDDEQ will then calculate the total savings and announce the results of North Dakota's hard-working and eco-conscious stewards.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota's Health Department disregarded its own policy in updating the volume of pipeline spill at a natural gas processing plant.

    In July 2015, Oneok Partners reported a 10-gallon spill of natural gas condensate from a pipeline at a plant near Watford City. The estimated size of the spill was never updated, even as Oneok updated the state on cleanup. In October, Oneok told the state it had recovered 240,000 gallons of the liquid

    State Environmental Quality Chief Dave Glatt said Thursday that a spill report should have been made public to reflect the severity of the spill. It's also unclear whether promised quarterly inspections of the site have been done in the past two years. Glatt says he is investigating whether the inspections occurred.



   (Copyright 2019 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)



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