Court orders review of 2012 conviction: Grafton man convicted of attempted murder for shooting over tire rims
The North Dakota Supreme Court has ordered a lower court to review its 2012 conviction of a Grafton, N.D., man on an attempted murder charge, saying the district court erred in its technical interpretation of whether the needed intent to murder was present.RELATED CONTENT
A Manvel, N.D., man was arrested Friday and faces felony charges of sexually molesting four children at a church day care center in Grand Forks.RELATED CONTENT
Attorneys involved in Alfonso Rodriguez’s final appeal of his death sentence were asked by U.S. Judge Ralph Erickson to streamline the case if possible.RELATED CONTENT
A Grand Forks man who said “love took over,” when he sexually assaulted a sleeping friend in May was sentenced Wednesday to serve four years in prison, plus 10 years supervised probation afterward and to register as a sex offender.RELATED CONTENT
A Grand Forks man, who with his siblings faces extensive drug charges, was sentenced to 10½ years in federal prison this week after he pleaded guilty to conspiring to move methamphetamine and other drugs from Texas into Minnesota and North Dakota.RELATED CONTENT
Shawn Houle faced 11 felony charges Wednesday in court alleging he burglarized or otherwise trespassed at six homes in south Grand Forks early Tuesday morning, mostly rifling through vehicles in the garages or driveways.RELATED CONTENT
A suicidal man displayed a knife inside Hope Evangelical Covenant Church in Grand Cities Mall Tuesday morning, frightening a church employee but not actually posing any threat, said police and the pastor.
Students at Century Elementary School on 17th Avenue South in Grand Forks were put into a quick and short lockdown Tuesday after police thought a man had run, shirtless, into the school.
A Grand Forks man was arrested early Tuesday morning, suspected of breaking into a vehicle in a garage, according to police.RELATED CONTENT
A Minnesota appeals court has reversed a controversial sentence handed down in March by a Crookston judge that allowed an East Grand Forks man sentenced to 12 years in prison for a violent sexual assault last year on a Grand Forks woman to walk out of jail on probation.RELATED CONTENT
Delmore holds 8 vote lead over Dietrich
The Grand Forks County canvassing board tallied up the vote in the District 43 House race Monday, adding one vote to the margin incumbent Democratic-NPLer Lois Delmore holds over Republican challenger Don Dietrich for the second seat.