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Stark Co. deputies arrest suspect in Upin Bar burglary

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Management at UPIN Bar and Foods shared this photo of Timothy Zolber-Fuller on social media prior to his arrest. (Provided photo)

Upin Bar and Foods in Richardton, North Dakota shared on social media that it had been robbed at approximately 9:30 a.m. on Monday, July 6.

Around 11:00 a.m. the same day, deputies from the Stark County Sheriff's Office arrived at Upin Bar to investigate the burglary in which money was stolen from the business. The exact amount could not be disclosed at this time as it is part of an open investigation.

After conducting interviews and gathering evidence of the crime, the deputies were able to identify a suspect, 42-year-old Timothy Zolber-Fuller.

Around 5:00 p.m., Zolber-Fuller was arrested at the Roosevelt Grand Dakota Hotel in Dickinson. He was charged with Class C Felony Theft of Property and placed into the custody of the Southwest Multi County Correctional Center.

For theft to be a Class C Felony, the value must be more than $500 but less than $10,000.

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The punishment for such a felony under North Dakota law includes a sentence of imprisonment of no more than five years, a fine of no more than $5,000, or both.

Zolber-Fuller already had an outstanding Class C Felony Warrant for Escape from Morton County, ND. In April of 2019, he was charged with delivery of a controlled substance in Williams County.

His last known address is in Williston, ND.

Kayla Henson is a former Dickinson Press reporter.
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