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KHRT ND NEWS - THURSDAY - 07/03/14 - MORNING EDITION

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A former contract nurse who worked at the Cass County Jail is facing two felonies for allegedly having sexual contract with a male inmate and bringing him contraband.

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A former contract nurse who worked at the Cass County Jail is facing two felonies for allegedly having sexual contract with a male inmate and bringing him contraband.
 
     Claire Schwehr is charged with two Class C felonies, sexual abuse of wards and delivery of an electronic device to an inmate. Schwehr is also charged with delivering tobacco to an inmate, a Class B misdemeanor.
 
     The charges filed Wednesday say Schwehr allegedly "engaged in a sexual act" with Jason Stewart while he was an inmate at the jail. The charges say the nurse was working in a supervisory or disciplinary authority over the
 
     The incidents allegedly happened in May. Schwehr has since been fired by Fargo Cass Public Health.

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An inquiry committee of the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court has dismissed a complaint against Grant County State's Attorney Todd Schwarz, who handled the prosecution of white supremacist Craig Cobb.

The committee said there was insufficient evidence of misconduct as alleged by Leith Mayor Ryan Schock, Leith Councilman Lee Cook and Leith media representative Gregory Bruce.

A hearing on the complaint was held June 6.

The three men complained that Schwarz improperly dismissed a charge that Cobb terrorized Bruce, that Schwarz used inflammatory and vulgar language when meeting with Cobb's victims and that he acted unethically while handling Cobb's prosecution.

The committee dismissed the complaint because of the discretion afforded prosecutors and because coarse language is not a disciplinary violation.

The inquiry committee's decision can be appealed to the court's Disciplinary Board. Bruce said no decision has been made about an appeal.

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North Dakota operators that fail to meet the state's flaring reduction targets may soon be forced to curtail oil production from wells targeting the Bakken and Three Forks formations, according to an order issued July 1 by state regulators.

The order is the enforcement mechanism for the state's flaring reduction plan, which was approved in March by the North Dakota Industrial Commission.

Beginning Oct. 1, wells in the state could be subject to potential production curtailments if the amount of flared gas exceeds the state's gas capture target.

Speaking to a press conference on July 1, Lynn Helms, director of the state's Oil and Gas Division, said most Bakken operators are already in compliance with the flaring reduction targets.

The first deadline for the flaring reduction plan is fast approaching. The state expects to capture 74% of gas production by Oct. 1, rising to 90% by Oct. 1, 2020.

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