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A routine traffic stop in Minot turned into a drug arrest this weekend....

    MINOT, ND - A routine traffic stop in Minot turned into a drug arrest this weekend.  Minot police say on Sunday at about 1:00 am, a vehicle was stopped for driving with no headlights or taillights while it traveled westbound on 20th Ave NW.

    Officers say 19-year old Vaughn Brock of Minot was found to be in possession of several individually wrapped bags of marijuana and the investigation revealed it was intended for sale. The bags of marijuana and a separate container with a small amount of marijuana were seized as evidence. Additionally, a digital scale with marijuana residue was found inside the car.

    Vaughn was placed under arrest for Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Deliver, Possession of Marijuana as Operator of Motor Vehicle, Possession of Marijuana Paraphernalia, and an outstanding warrant through Minot Municipal Court for Failure to Comply with a Court Order. He was transported to the Ward County Jail.


    MINOT, ND - A Mandaree man has been arrested for aggravated assault and domestic violence.  Minot police say that 31-year old Elijah Jackson was a part of a group of people celebrating on a Party Bus and when his fiance attempted to convince him it was time to go home, a verbal argument ensued. The argument became physical and Jackson hit his fiance in the face, causing a short period of unconciousness.

    Police say during this time, another female attempted to intervene and Jackson struck her as well. His fiance regained conciousness and was seen by Community Ambulance, who later transported her to Trinity ER for care. Jackson was detained and as a result of the investigation, arrested for Aggravated Assault Domestic Violence and was placed under Citizen's Arrest for Simple Assault by the other female victim. Jackson was taken to Ward County Jail.


     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The last of five people charged with dealing the heroin to a Fargo blues musician who died of an overdose has been sentenced in federal court.  U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson on Monday sentenced Nicole Wadsworth to more than eight years in prison on a charge of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance.
     Wadsworth and four other defendants were originally charged with conspiracy to possess and distribute a controlled substance resulting in death. Those charges were revised after a Supreme Court ruling in January that said prosecutors could not seek that charge without proof that the death resulted from use of the drugs in question.
     Thirty-year-old Cody Conner died in June 2012. An autopsy showed that Conner had multiple drugs in his system.

     WASHINGTON (AP) - Coal-reliant North Dakota will need to reduce its carbon emissions from power plants by nearly 11 percent by 2030 as part of a comprehensive national proposal released by President Barack Obama's administration.
     The administration says the plan released Monday is designed to reduce pollutants that cause global warming. It would require a 30 percent cut in carbon dioxide emissions, by the year 2030 from 2005 levels. The plan sets individual targets for each state from the Environmental Protection Agency allowing states like North Dakota, which relies heavily on coal-fired energy, to move more slowly toward curbing emissions.
     Congressional response to the proposal is lukewarm. Democrat Heidi Heitkamp says she is still reviewing it and Republican John Hoeven says the plan will increase costs for consumers.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota oil companies must submit a gas capturing plan with their drilling permits beginning this month. It's an attempt to cut down the amount of natural gas that is burned off and wasted as a byproduct of oil production. The plan must include detailed information about when a well is slated for completion, its location and anticipated production.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Governor Jack Dalrymple will meet later this month to push for more oil and gas pipelines in North Dakota. The summit will be June 24th at Bismarck State College. More than 100 industry and government officials attended a similar event last year.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota officials are reminding deer hunters that the deadline for submitting license applications for the 2014 gun season is nearing.  Deer hunters have until Wednesday to apply for a license. Officials are encouraging interested individuals to apply online at the State Game and Fish Department's website.
     The deadline applies to muzzleloader, regular gun, gratis and nonresident landowner, as well as youth antlered mule deer applications.  Applications received after the deadline will be considered depending on the licenses that are left following the lottery.
     Officials say a new state law requires residents 18 and older to prove residency on their application by providing either a valid North Dakota driver's license number or a state non-driver photo identification number. Officials say applications won't be processed without this information.


   (Copyright 2014 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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