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If convicted and found in violation of his probation, Mason Buhl would face 225 years in prison and ordered to pay as much as $400,000 in fines.
“He built a lie machine that put this stuff out,” Mattei said. “You reap what you sow.”
About 20,600 fentanyl pills were seized in the raid on the Bismarck home of David D. Rogers, with the pills having an estimated street value of about $927,000, according to court documents.
Bismarck police found a man dead from a gunshot wound in a car near Kirkwood Mall.
Jurors returned guilty verdicts on charges of conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit arson and conspiring to tamper with evidence in connection with the death of Chad Entzel.
In their suit filed against Richland County and Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Weber, John and Tammy Sadek claimed their 20-year-old son, a North Dakota State College of Science student whose body was found in late June 2014 in the Red River north of Breckenridge, Minnesota, was misled when police recruited him to become a drug informant.

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“The way that things were laid out in the room, the location of Mr. Entzel, the location of the shotgun and then the multiple injuries to his body, we were not convinced it was a suicide at that point,” Deputy Brian Thompson said.
"The part that is not resolved is not going to be resolved ever," the victim's daughter said after the sentencing. "He's obviously not going to admit to this at all, whatsoever."
Chad Entzel, 42, was shot twice with a shotgun and died of his wounds in a bedroom of his Bismarck home, according to Dr. William Massello, who was the state medical examiner in 2020.

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