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KHRT ND NEWS - MONDAY - 05/14/18 - NOON EDITION

Police say the ex-husband of a woman fatally shot in Jamestown has been arrested in her death....

     JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) - Police say the ex-husband of a woman fatally shot in Jamestown has been arrested in her death. Twenty-five-year-old Nicole Gututala-Hoff was found shot in a vehicle in the parking lot of an apartment building Saturday afternoon.

    Jamestown Police Chief Scott Edinger says 27-year-old Kevin Hoff, of Montpelier, called authorities a short time later to turn himself in. He was taken into custody at the Stutsman County Law Enforcement Center. Hoff is being held on possible intentional murder charges. It's not immediately clear if Hoff has hired an attorney to speak on his behalf. Authorities say the couple's children have been placed with family in the Jamestown area.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Volunteers searching for a missing New Town woman plan to camp on powwow grounds of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation for about a month.

    Thirty-two-year-old Olivia Lone Bear was last seen leaving a New Town restaurant Oct. 24. Searches by authorities and volunteers for the mother of five have continued regularly since then.

    Brother Matthew Lone Bear tells The Bismarck Tribune that a volunteer search party will camp from May 21 to June 22 at the Four Bears Park, White Shield and Mandaree powwow grounds. He says the goal is to expedite the search and reduce costs including fuel and lodging.

    Three Affiliated Tribes Police Capt. Grace Her Many Horses says authorities also are continuing their efforts, with aerial searches planned soon.

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     MANDAN, N.D. (AP) - Authorities say a Minnesota driver's vehicle caught fire while he was traveling on Interstate 94 in North Dakota. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 21-year-old Trevor Susla, of Chanhassen, Minnesota, pulled over on the shoulder west of Mandan, North Dakota, after he saw flames coming from the "area of his cellular phone charger" in the vehicle's center console. Officials responded to put out the Friday fire, but Susla's vehicle burned completely. Authorities say eastbound I-94 was closed for about 10 minutes because of the fire. The Highway Patrol says nobody was injured and the incident remains under investigation.

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     BATAVIA, Ill. (AP) - The families of two sailors with Illinois ties who were killed during the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor are preparing for their burials. Military officials say DNA testing helped identify remains of the sailors who were among 429 killed when the USS Oklahoma sank.

    The military says 20-year-old Gunner's Mate 2nd Class William Hellstern of Peoria, Illinois, will be buried Friday in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. A burial ceremony for Petty Officer 2nd Class Walter Howard Backman is planned for Memorial Day in the Chicago-area city of Batavia.

    Carolyn Sellers tells The Beacon-News that relatives from seven states are expected as her uncle is buried near his parents. Backman was born in Wilton, North Dakota, to a farming family who moved to Aurora, Illinois, shortly after his Navy enlistment.

 

   (Copyright 2018 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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