The federal trial for 47-year-old Debra Jensen of Grand Forks and 47-year-old William Collins of Nashville, Tenn., is scheduled for Aug. 24 in Grand Forks. Jensen’s lawyers say she didn’t know about the bank robbery and should get her own trial.
'Being handcuffed, placed face down on floor and have your life threatened by armed robbery' not everyday stress, attorney says A bank teller from Gilby, N.D., says she's scared and can no longer work after she was held up at gunpoint and left handcuffed on the floor. Now she's getting robbed by the state workers compensation agency, her lawyer says.
A Grand Forks woman is accused of buying a shotgun for two men who allegedly robbed the Bremer Bank in Gilby, N.D., in May.
Debra Kay Jensen, 47, has pleaded not guilty to charges of making a false statement when buying a gun, selling or transferring a gun to a felon and being an accessory after the fact.
Forest River Colony works with country to build farms and homes — not bombs For more than 40 years, volunteers from the Forest River Colony near Gilby, N.D., have joined with other Christians to aid refugees from distant countries and to build homes for the poor.
Trooper who fell for ruse says Collins almost got away A man suspected of robbing the Bremer Bank in Gilby, N.D., almost eluded authorities earlier this week when he and his companion temporarily duped a trooper during a traffic stop east of Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Second suspect named Clifton Patterson, 63, for months connected with the small-town bank robbery has been charged with the crime by federal prosecutors. Authorities also named a second suspect that they believe was in the security video from the bank.
Clifton Patterson, suspected of being one of two bank robbers in Gilby, N.D., is now under FBI jurisdiction. Grand Forks County drops the relatively lighter charge of car theft, letting the feds have him.
The event was staged to urge people to "Tell Congress you don’t want a government takeover of your health care," as a slogan emblazoned on the bus, engaged in a 13-state Midwestern tour, advised. Former North Dakota Republican legislator Tom Brusegaard, Gilby, N.D., was a staff member for the tour.
The “Hands Off My Health Care” bus dropped by Grand Forks on Tuesday looking for a crowd of like-minded citizens, but found only about 15.
Gathered at Town Square, they were a calm and patient lot, not the angry mob you’ve seen on TV.
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