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KHRT ND News - Thursday - 05/23/19 - Noon Edition

The attorney for the parents of a North Dakota college student found dead after becoming an informant to drug investigators says they will appeal...

     WAHPETON, N.D. (AP) - The attorney for the parents of a North Dakota college student found dead after becoming an informant to drug investigators says they will appeal a judge's decision to dismiss their wrongful death lawsuit.
 
     Tim O'Keeffe said today Tammy and John Sadek are disappointed with the ruling and a bit surprised by it. The Sadeks sued the Richland County Sheriff's Department, one of its deputies and the county, alleging that their son was killed because he was coerced into becoming a drug informant.
 
     Andrew Sadek was a 20-year-old student at North Dakota State College of Science when he got caught selling marijuana and agreed to become an informant in exchange for leniency. His body, with a gunshot wound to the head and rocks in his backpack, was found in the Red River in June 2014.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Bismarck police have arrested a man on possible terrorizing charges after he was accused of pointing a rifle at his neighbors. Officers were called to a mobile home park Wednesday about 7 p.m. Authorities say one of the neighbors disarmed the man who went back inside his residence. Police set up a perimeter around the home. The SWAT team responded with four tactical vehicles and the bomb squad. The man was eventually arrested.
 
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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A federal judge has granted a reprieve to the owners of a Mandan bar fighting to preserve a mural at their business. U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Hovland granted a temporary restraining order Wednesday two days after the owners of Lonesome Dove filed a lawsuit against the city of Mandan over the mural city officials ordered removed.
 
     Bar owners Brian Berube and August "Augie" Kersten were cited for have an unpermitted, Western-themed mural on the outside of the bar. The Bismarck Tribune says Berube and Kersten were unaware of the permit, later applied and were denied because city ordinance states "no mural may be placed on the front of the building." The judge says "such a content-based restriction on speech as Mandan has enacted is unlikely to survive constitutional muster." He scheduled a settlement conference for June 4.
 
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     DRAYTON, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Highway Patrol says a woman has been struck and killed along a road near Drayton. The patrol says a 21-year-old driver saw a man standing on the side of the road about 1 a.m. Wednesday, steered to the left to avoid him and struck a 44-year-old woman. Authorities say Kammi Leland died at a hospital. The man was not injured. The driver and his passenger also were not hurt and reported the crash to law enforcement.

 

 

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