First case closed in rancher’s death: Victim’s family still frustrated by lack of answers
WILLISTON – A man convicted of hindering law enforcement last year while officers investigated the disappearance of a Williston rancher will serve five years in prison.
Issac Steen received the maximum penalty Monday in Williams County District Court for not telling authorities that the body of missing rancher Jack Sjol was on his property.
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