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Here’s some of our top stories from Wednesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. SM Fencing’s neighbors accuse energy service company of environmental violations
The area north of Dickinson known as the Morey Bang Piney Acres subdivision is a quiet sort of place. Just outside of the city limits but within the city’s extraterritorial zone, it’s still largely undeveloped farmland located within sight of the new Dickinson Middle School being built. Homeowner Lynnette Harstad points to those factors, when she says her neighborhood should be a “premier” place to live. Oil, coal sectors pump funds into Stenehjem’s campaign but not Burgum’s Between the $100,000 contributions from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and eBay director Robert Kagle, a key sector of North Dakota’s economy is noticeably absent from Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign finance statements. Disclosures filed last week show no discernable contributions to Burgum from the state’s energy sector, led by its robust oil and coal industries, since he jumped into the governor’s race in mid-January. Meanwhile, statements filed by Burgum’s main rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, show his campaign collected at least $50,000 from oil companies’ political action committees, oil executives and others with strong ties to the industry. Fueled by drugs, sex trafficking reaches 'crisis' on Montana reservation [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535957","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Life on the remote Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northern Montana has all the ingredients for sex trafficking -- poverty, isolation, joblessness and violence, topped with an epidemic of crystal meth addiction. Drug users are selling their babies, daughters and sisters for the potent stimulant that is ravaging Native American communities such as the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes living on the desolate plains of Fort Peck, say community leaders, experts and federal authorities. Refugees, health officials dispute report suggesting refugees carry TB risk [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535958","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A few minutes before a local TV station aired a story about the supposed tuberculosis risk posed by refugee resettlement, four New Americans gathered around a TV in a south Fargo apartment, cracking jokes. But when the story came on, their faces went from jovial to pained. Two dead in mid-morning Williston shooting Two men are confirmed dead following a mid-morning shooting at a Williston apartment complex. Responding to reports of between 9 and 16 shots fired, police arrived to find the men dead inside an apartment around 11:20 a.m. Sgt. Detective Amy Nickoloff said a man and a woman, both of whom live in the apartment, have been detained and are being questioned by investigators at the Williston Police Department. The victims identities have not been revealed, but both are from out of state, Nickoloff said. Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for criminal trespass [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535959","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 18-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for criminal trespassing, a Class A misdemeanor, shortly before 1 a.m. Monday after trying to break into his ex-girlfriend's apartment 1300 block of Mike Street in an apartment building. Here’s some of our top stories from Wednesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. SM Fencing’s neighbors accuse energy service company of environmental violations [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535956","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]The area north of Dickinson known as the Morey Bang Piney Acres subdivision is a quiet sort of place. Just outside of the city limits but within the city’s extraterritorial zone, it’s still largely undeveloped farmland located within sight of the new Dickinson Middle School being built. Homeowner Lynnette Harstad points to those factors, when she says her neighborhood should be a “premier” place to live. Oil, coal sectors pump funds into Stenehjem’s campaign but not Burgum’s Between the $100,000 contributions from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and eBay director Robert Kagle, a key sector of North Dakota’s economy is noticeably absent from Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign finance statements. Disclosures filed last week show no discernable contributions to Burgum from the state’s energy sector, led by its robust oil and coal industries, since he jumped into the governor’s race in mid-January. Meanwhile, statements filed by Burgum’s main rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, show his campaign collected at least $50,000 from oil companies’ political action committees, oil executives and others with strong ties to the industry. Fueled by drugs, sex trafficking reaches 'crisis' on Montana reservation
Life on the remote Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northern Montana has all the ingredients for sex trafficking -- poverty, isolation, joblessness and violence, topped with an epidemic of crystal meth addiction. Drug users are selling their babies, daughters and sisters for the potent stimulant that is ravaging Native American communities such as the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes living on the desolate plains of Fort Peck, say community leaders, experts and federal authorities. Refugees, health officials dispute report suggesting refugees carry TB risk [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535958","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A few minutes before a local TV station aired a story about the supposed tuberculosis risk posed by refugee resettlement, four New Americans gathered around a TV in a south Fargo apartment, cracking jokes. But when the story came on, their faces went from jovial to pained. Two dead in mid-morning Williston shooting Two men are confirmed dead following a mid-morning shooting at a Williston apartment complex. Responding to reports of between 9 and 16 shots fired, police arrived to find the men dead inside an apartment around 11:20 a.m. Sgt. Detective Amy Nickoloff said a man and a woman, both of whom live in the apartment, have been detained and are being questioned by investigators at the Williston Police Department. The victims identities have not been revealed, but both are from out of state, Nickoloff said. Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for criminal trespass [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535959","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 18-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for criminal trespassing, a Class A misdemeanor, shortly before 1 a.m. Monday after trying to break into his ex-girlfriend's apartment 1300 block of Mike Street in an apartment building. Here’s some of our top stories from Wednesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. SM Fencing’s neighbors accuse energy service company of environmental violations [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535956","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]The area north of Dickinson known as the Morey Bang Piney Acres subdivision is a quiet sort of place. Just outside of the city limits but within the city’s extraterritorial zone, it’s still largely undeveloped farmland located within sight of the new Dickinson Middle School being built. Homeowner Lynnette Harstad points to those factors, when she says her neighborhood should be a “premier” place to live. Oil, coal sectors pump funds into Stenehjem’s campaign but not Burgum’s Between the $100,000 contributions from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and eBay director Robert Kagle, a key sector of North Dakota’s economy is noticeably absent from Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign finance statements. Disclosures filed last week show no discernable contributions to Burgum from the state’s energy sector, led by its robust oil and coal industries, since he jumped into the governor’s race in mid-January. Meanwhile, statements filed by Burgum’s main rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, show his campaign collected at least $50,000 from oil companies’ political action committees, oil executives and others with strong ties to the industry. Fueled by drugs, sex trafficking reaches 'crisis' on Montana reservation [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535957","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Life on the remote Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northern Montana has all the ingredients for sex trafficking -- poverty, isolation, joblessness and violence, topped with an epidemic of crystal meth addiction. Drug users are selling their babies, daughters and sisters for the potent stimulant that is ravaging Native American communities such as the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes living on the desolate plains of Fort Peck, say community leaders, experts and federal authorities. Refugees, health officials dispute report suggesting refugees carry TB risk
A few minutes before a local TV station aired a story about the supposed tuberculosis risk posed by refugee resettlement, four New Americans gathered around a TV in a south Fargo apartment, cracking jokes. But when the story came on, their faces went from jovial to pained. Two dead in mid-morning Williston shooting Two men are confirmed dead following a mid-morning shooting at a Williston apartment complex. Responding to reports of between 9 and 16 shots fired, police arrived to find the men dead inside an apartment around 11:20 a.m. Sgt. Detective Amy Nickoloff said a man and a woman, both of whom live in the apartment, have been detained and are being questioned by investigators at the Williston Police Department. The victims identities have not been revealed, but both are from out of state, Nickoloff said. Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for criminal trespass [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535959","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 18-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for criminal trespassing, a Class A misdemeanor, shortly before 1 a.m. Monday after trying to break into his ex-girlfriend's apartment 1300 block of Mike Street in an apartment building. Here’s some of our top stories from Wednesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. SM Fencing’s neighbors accuse energy service company of environmental violations [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535956","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]The area north of Dickinson known as the Morey Bang Piney Acres subdivision is a quiet sort of place. Just outside of the city limits but within the city’s extraterritorial zone, it’s still largely undeveloped farmland located within sight of the new Dickinson Middle School being built. Homeowner Lynnette Harstad points to those factors, when she says her neighborhood should be a “premier” place to live. Oil, coal sectors pump funds into Stenehjem’s campaign but not Burgum’s Between the $100,000 contributions from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and eBay director Robert Kagle, a key sector of North Dakota’s economy is noticeably absent from Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign finance statements. Disclosures filed last week show no discernable contributions to Burgum from the state’s energy sector, led by its robust oil and coal industries, since he jumped into the governor’s race in mid-January. Meanwhile, statements filed by Burgum’s main rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, show his campaign collected at least $50,000 from oil companies’ political action committees, oil executives and others with strong ties to the industry. Fueled by drugs, sex trafficking reaches 'crisis' on Montana reservation [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535957","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Life on the remote Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northern Montana has all the ingredients for sex trafficking -- poverty, isolation, joblessness and violence, topped with an epidemic of crystal meth addiction. Drug users are selling their babies, daughters and sisters for the potent stimulant that is ravaging Native American communities such as the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes living on the desolate plains of Fort Peck, say community leaders, experts and federal authorities. Refugees, health officials dispute report suggesting refugees carry TB risk [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535958","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A few minutes before a local TV station aired a story about the supposed tuberculosis risk posed by refugee resettlement, four New Americans gathered around a TV in a south Fargo apartment, cracking jokes. But when the story came on, their faces went from jovial to pained. Two dead in mid-morning Williston shooting Two men are confirmed dead following a mid-morning shooting at a Williston apartment complex. Responding to reports of between 9 and 16 shots fired, police arrived to find the men dead inside an apartment around 11:20 a.m. Sgt. Detective Amy Nickoloff said a man and a woman, both of whom live in the apartment, have been detained and are being questioned by investigators at the Williston Police Department. The victims identities have not been revealed, but both are from out of state, Nickoloff said. Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for criminal trespass
A 18-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for criminal trespassing, a Class A misdemeanor, shortly before 1 a.m. Monday after trying to break into his ex-girlfriend's apartment 1300 block of Mike Street in an apartment building. Here’s some of our top stories from Wednesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.SM Fencing’s neighbors accuse energy service company of environmental violations
The area north of Dickinson known as the Morey Bang Piney Acres subdivision is a quiet sort of place.Just outside of the city limits but within the city’s extraterritorial zone, it’s still largely undeveloped farmland located within sight of the new Dickinson Middle School being built. Homeowner Lynnette Harstad points to those factors, when she says her neighborhood should be a “premier” place to live.Oil, coal sectors pump funds into Stenehjem’s campaign but not Burgum’sBetween the $100,000 contributions from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and eBay director Robert Kagle, a key sector of North Dakota’s economy is noticeably absent from Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign finance statements.Disclosures filed last week show no discernable contributions to Burgum from the state’s energy sector, led by its robust oil and coal industries, since he jumped into the governor’s race in mid-January.Meanwhile, statements filed by Burgum’s main rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, show his campaign collected at least $50,000 from oil companies’ political action committees, oil executives and others with strong ties to the industry.Fueled by drugs, sex trafficking reaches 'crisis' on Montana reservation[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535957","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Life on the remote Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northern Montana has all the ingredients for sex trafficking -- poverty, isolation, joblessness and violence, topped with an epidemic of crystal meth addiction.Drug users are selling their babies, daughters and sisters for the potent stimulant that is ravaging Native American communities such as the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes living on the desolate plains of Fort Peck, say community leaders, experts and federal authorities.Refugees, health officials dispute report suggesting refugees carry TB risk[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535958","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A few minutes before a local TV station aired a story about the supposed tuberculosis risk posed by refugee resettlement, four New Americans gathered around a TV in a south Fargo apartment, cracking jokes.But when the story came on, their faces went from jovial to pained.Two dead in mid-morning Williston shootingTwo men are confirmed dead following a mid-morning shooting at a Williston apartment complex.Responding to reports of between 9 and 16 shots fired, police arrived to find the men dead inside an apartment around 11:20 a.m.Sgt. Detective Amy Nickoloff said a man and a woman, both of whom live in the apartment, have been detained and are being questioned by investigators at the Williston Police Department.The victims identities have not been revealed, but both are from out of state, Nickoloff said.Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for criminal trespass[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535959","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 18-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for criminal trespassing, a Class A misdemeanor, shortly before 1 a.m. Monday after trying to break into his ex-girlfriend's apartment 1300 block of Mike Street in an apartment building.Here’s some of our top stories from Wednesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.SM Fencing’s neighbors accuse energy service company of environmental violations[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535956","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]The area north of Dickinson known as the Morey Bang Piney Acres subdivision is a quiet sort of place.Just outside of the city limits but within the city’s extraterritorial zone, it’s still largely undeveloped farmland located within sight of the new Dickinson Middle School being built. Homeowner Lynnette Harstad points to those factors, when she says her neighborhood should be a “premier” place to live.Oil, coal sectors pump funds into Stenehjem’s campaign but not Burgum’sBetween the $100,000 contributions from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and eBay director Robert Kagle, a key sector of North Dakota’s economy is noticeably absent from Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign finance statements.Disclosures filed last week show no discernable contributions to Burgum from the state’s energy sector, led by its robust oil and coal industries, since he jumped into the governor’s race in mid-January.Meanwhile, statements filed by Burgum’s main rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, show his campaign collected at least $50,000 from oil companies’ political action committees, oil executives and others with strong ties to the industry.Fueled by drugs, sex trafficking reaches 'crisis' on Montana reservation
Life on the remote Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northern Montana has all the ingredients for sex trafficking -- poverty, isolation, joblessness and violence, topped with an epidemic of crystal meth addiction.Drug users are selling their babies, daughters and sisters for the potent stimulant that is ravaging Native American communities such as the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes living on the desolate plains of Fort Peck, say community leaders, experts and federal authorities.Refugees, health officials dispute report suggesting refugees carry TB risk[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535958","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A few minutes before a local TV station aired a story about the supposed tuberculosis risk posed by refugee resettlement, four New Americans gathered around a TV in a south Fargo apartment, cracking jokes.But when the story came on, their faces went from jovial to pained.Two dead in mid-morning Williston shootingTwo men are confirmed dead following a mid-morning shooting at a Williston apartment complex.Responding to reports of between 9 and 16 shots fired, police arrived to find the men dead inside an apartment around 11:20 a.m.Sgt. Detective Amy Nickoloff said a man and a woman, both of whom live in the apartment, have been detained and are being questioned by investigators at the Williston Police Department.The victims identities have not been revealed, but both are from out of state, Nickoloff said.Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for criminal trespass[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535959","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 18-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for criminal trespassing, a Class A misdemeanor, shortly before 1 a.m. Monday after trying to break into his ex-girlfriend's apartment 1300 block of Mike Street in an apartment building.Here’s some of our top stories from Wednesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.SM Fencing’s neighbors accuse energy service company of environmental violations[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535956","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]The area north of Dickinson known as the Morey Bang Piney Acres subdivision is a quiet sort of place.Just outside of the city limits but within the city’s extraterritorial zone, it’s still largely undeveloped farmland located within sight of the new Dickinson Middle School being built. Homeowner Lynnette Harstad points to those factors, when she says her neighborhood should be a “premier” place to live.Oil, coal sectors pump funds into Stenehjem’s campaign but not Burgum’sBetween the $100,000 contributions from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and eBay director Robert Kagle, a key sector of North Dakota’s economy is noticeably absent from Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign finance statements.Disclosures filed last week show no discernable contributions to Burgum from the state’s energy sector, led by its robust oil and coal industries, since he jumped into the governor’s race in mid-January.Meanwhile, statements filed by Burgum’s main rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, show his campaign collected at least $50,000 from oil companies’ political action committees, oil executives and others with strong ties to the industry.Fueled by drugs, sex trafficking reaches 'crisis' on Montana reservation[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535957","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Life on the remote Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northern Montana has all the ingredients for sex trafficking -- poverty, isolation, joblessness and violence, topped with an epidemic of crystal meth addiction.Drug users are selling their babies, daughters and sisters for the potent stimulant that is ravaging Native American communities such as the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes living on the desolate plains of Fort Peck, say community leaders, experts and federal authorities.Refugees, health officials dispute report suggesting refugees carry TB risk
A few minutes before a local TV station aired a story about the supposed tuberculosis risk posed by refugee resettlement, four New Americans gathered around a TV in a south Fargo apartment, cracking jokes.But when the story came on, their faces went from jovial to pained.Two dead in mid-morning Williston shootingTwo men are confirmed dead following a mid-morning shooting at a Williston apartment complex.Responding to reports of between 9 and 16 shots fired, police arrived to find the men dead inside an apartment around 11:20 a.m.Sgt. Detective Amy Nickoloff said a man and a woman, both of whom live in the apartment, have been detained and are being questioned by investigators at the Williston Police Department.The victims identities have not been revealed, but both are from out of state, Nickoloff said.Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for criminal trespass[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535959","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 18-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for criminal trespassing, a Class A misdemeanor, shortly before 1 a.m. Monday after trying to break into his ex-girlfriend's apartment 1300 block of Mike Street in an apartment building.Here’s some of our top stories from Wednesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.SM Fencing’s neighbors accuse energy service company of environmental violations[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535956","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]The area north of Dickinson known as the Morey Bang Piney Acres subdivision is a quiet sort of place.Just outside of the city limits but within the city’s extraterritorial zone, it’s still largely undeveloped farmland located within sight of the new Dickinson Middle School being built. Homeowner Lynnette Harstad points to those factors, when she says her neighborhood should be a “premier” place to live.Oil, coal sectors pump funds into Stenehjem’s campaign but not Burgum’sBetween the $100,000 contributions from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and eBay director Robert Kagle, a key sector of North Dakota’s economy is noticeably absent from Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign finance statements.Disclosures filed last week show no discernable contributions to Burgum from the state’s energy sector, led by its robust oil and coal industries, since he jumped into the governor’s race in mid-January.Meanwhile, statements filed by Burgum’s main rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, show his campaign collected at least $50,000 from oil companies’ political action committees, oil executives and others with strong ties to the industry.Fueled by drugs, sex trafficking reaches 'crisis' on Montana reservation[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535957","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Life on the remote Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northern Montana has all the ingredients for sex trafficking -- poverty, isolation, joblessness and violence, topped with an epidemic of crystal meth addiction.Drug users are selling their babies, daughters and sisters for the potent stimulant that is ravaging Native American communities such as the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes living on the desolate plains of Fort Peck, say community leaders, experts and federal authorities.Refugees, health officials dispute report suggesting refugees carry TB risk[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2535958","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A few minutes before a local TV station aired a story about the supposed tuberculosis risk posed by refugee resettlement, four New Americans gathered around a TV in a south Fargo apartment, cracking jokes.But when the story came on, their faces went from jovial to pained.Two dead in mid-morning Williston shootingTwo men are confirmed dead following a mid-morning shooting at a Williston apartment complex.Responding to reports of between 9 and 16 shots fired, police arrived to find the men dead inside an apartment around 11:20 a.m.Sgt. Detective Amy Nickoloff said a man and a woman, both of whom live in the apartment, have been detained and are being questioned by investigators at the Williston Police Department.The victims identities have not been revealed, but both are from out of state, Nickoloff said.Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for criminal trespass
A 18-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for criminal trespassing, a Class A misdemeanor, shortly before 1 a.m. Monday after trying to break into his ex-girlfriend's apartment 1300 block of Mike Street in an apartment building.

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