BISMARCK -- Police are on the lookout again for Elizabeth Gawryluk, this time for a different reason.
The 26-year-old Dickinson woman, missing since Sept. 8 and reported as found Oct. 4, was charged Wednesday with felony terrorizing after an incident with a 60-year-old Bismarck man who let her stay at his home.
Gawryluk had reportedly told the man she was homeless when they went to his home from a bar on Sept. 16. He then let her stay at his residence until she found a place.
On Oct. 10, she allegedly pointed a knife at the man, asked for his keys and left with his truck as the man called police. She reportedly became irate and agitated when the man said he didn't want to go downtown with her.
Valley City Police later reported she allegedly stole gas from a filling station there.
The truck is a 1995 Chevrolet pickup with North Dakota license plate 670AVG.