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KHRT ND NEWS - MONDAY - 11/05/18 - NOON EDITION

A Minot woman who shook her teenage son, put him in a headlock and scratched him with her diamond ring has been sentenced to two years of probation for felony child abuse.....

     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - A Minot woman who shook her teenage son, put him in a headlock and scratched him with her diamond ring has been sentenced to two years of probation for felony child abuse. The Minot Daily News reports that 37-year-old Amanda Warbitsky earlier spent six days in jail, and she also was ordered to pay $1,100 in court costs.
 
     Warbitsky admitted to abusing her then-13-year-old son two years ago. She told police she had been having problems with the boy and had blacked out and gone into a rage. The boy was not seriously hurt and is now in the custody of his father out of state. Warbitsky could have faced up to five years in prison.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A former Burleigh County sheriff's deputy accused of stealing evidence from drug cases has pleaded guilty to felony theft and misdemeanor drug possession under a conditional agreement. The Bismarck Tribune reports that a misdemeanor theft count against Kerry Komrosky was dismissed. The conditional plea also allows him to appeal an order denying suppression of evidence and withdraw his plea if the appeal is successful.
 
     Komrosky was charged in April after investigators reportedly found 2.9 pounds of methamphetamine and 47 grams of cocaine in his home. He later resigned. The North Dakota Peace Officer Standards and Training Board suspended his peace officer's license in May pending the outcome of his criminal case.
 
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     WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) - A former northwestern North Dakota law officer accused of having sex with a teenage boy has been convicted of felony corruption or solicitation of a minor. Bryton Dahl served as a Williston police officer and a McKenzie County Sheriff's deputy. He was charged in August 2017 and convicted at trial last week. Dahl was accused of having a sex with the boy more than once while working for both law enforcement agencies. The boy was 16 and Dahl 22 at the time. Dahl faces up to five years in prison. Sentencing was not immediately scheduled.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The Standing Rock Sioux is challenging new government conclusions that the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline poses no significant environmental threats to American Indian tribes in the Dakotas.
 
     The Army Corps of Engineers in August finished more than a year of additional study ordered by a federal judge. The agency said the work substantiated its earlier determination that the chance of an oil spill is low and that minority and low-income populations aren't at greater risk.
 
     Standing Rock is leading a lawsuit against the pipeline built by Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners and wants a federal judge to reject the findings. The tribe says the Corps didn't adequately consider information that undermines the agency's conclusions.
 
     The four-state pipeline has been moving North Dakota oil to Illinois since June 2017.
 
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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Republican Kevin Cramer and Democrat Heidi Heitkamp are finishing up their Senate race with a flurry of campaigning in North Dakota's capital city and across the state. The race has big stakes for the state and the nation, with Republicans banking on it to help retain control of the Senate.

    Incumbent Sen. Heitkamp plans stops today in Bismarck, Minot, Belcourt, Grand Forks and Fargo, where she will be Election Day.

    Cramer was voting early today in Bismarck and will remain there until the votes are tallied Tuesday. His campaign says he is doing several radio interviews today.

    Heitkamp, who is seeking her second term, is seen as one of the most vulnerable senators among red-state Democrats.

 

 


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