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FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A Devils Lake man has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for dealing drugs.

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A Devils Lake man has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for dealing drugs.
     Forty-year-old Jeremy Crist pleaded guilty in April to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance. The charge carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years.
     Authorities say an informant working with a narcotics task force arranged a methamphetamine deal with Crist, who was later arrested. Officers say Crist was in possession of 12 bags of meth, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
     U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson ordered Crist to serve eight years of supervised release after his prison term.


 MINOT, N.D. (AP) - A 53-year-old Minot man has been sentenced for biting off a co-worker's ear during a fight.
     Authorities say Gary Eiland and the other man were fighting over where to place merchandise at a lumber and hardware store in September 2015, and Eiland bit off 80 percent of the other man's ear. Doctors weren't able to reattach it.
     Eiland said he was acting in self-defense, but he pleaded guilty to aggravated assault. The Minot Daily News reports that he was sentenced Monday to time served of two days and ordered to spend three years on supervised probation. He also was ordered to pay nearly $3,000 in restitution and $1,100 in court costs.


FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The body of a man who drowned has been recovered from the Red River in Fargo.
     KFGO reports Fire Chief Steve Dirksen says the victim was swimming across the river Monday afternoon when he went under water. Dirksen says the search for the man was complicated by submerged trees and other obstacles in that section of the river.
     The search began around 1:30 p.m. The man's body was recovered about 6 p.m. It's the third drowning in the Red River this summer in the Fargo area.


BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Gov. Doug Burgum has asked for a presidential disaster declaration because of severe drought conditions across much of North Dakota.
     The governor's request to President Donald Trump has been made through the regional Federal Emergency Management Agency. It would activate individual and direct federal assistance programs.
     Burgum's office says nearly 94 percent of the state is in some level of drought, directly affecting more than 425,000 residents.
     The governor also is asking for additional staff from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and other federal agencies to provide assistance with programs available to help those impacted by the drought.


JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) - Police say a man and a woman have been found dead in a Jamestown home where a baby was found unharmed.
     Police Chief Scott Edinger tells The Associated Press a weapon was recovered at the scene. Edinger says the 3-month-old child has been turned over to family members. Police were called to the home about 6 p.m. Sunday.  
     The chief says there is no threat to the general public, but he would not elaborate. The two are identified as 33-year-old Casey Gene Jensen and 26-year-old Cherish Renae Petersen, both of Jamestown.
     The Stutsman County Sheriff's Department and the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation are assisting Jamestown police.


FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A Fargo police officer who was the target of an internal investigation involving a personnel complaint has been fired.
     KFGO radio reports that David Boelke received a termination letter Monday from Fargo Police Chief Dave Todd. Todd said in the letter that Boelke failed to respond to incidents, failed to collect evidence and failed to take reports involving criminal activity.
     Boelke's attorney, Mark Friese, wrote a letter to Todd last week criticizing the investigation. Friese said Todd has committed a crime by furthering a "defamatory matter." Todd denies any wrongdoing in creating the investigative report.
     Boelke has the right to appeal. Friese says Boelke is exploring his options.


FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Resettlement advocates in North Dakota are organizing training for a rapid response team to help refugees deal with threatening incidents like one last month that was captured in an online video.
     The video showed a Fargo-area woman shouting at three Muslim women sitting in a car in a Walmart parking lot. The three women are originally from Somalia.
     Organizers of the rapid response unit say many refugees who are victims of verbal abuse don't know where to turn and often the incidents go unreported.
     Hukun Abdulli (HOH'-koon ab-DOO'-ly), a leader of the Somali-American community in the Fargo area, believes the project will help victims of hate crimes while also educating people about the problem.
     Abdulli is helping to recruit leaders from other ethnic communities to join the team.

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