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North Dakota sheriff faces disorderly conduct charge after bar incident

MOORHEAD--A North Dakota sheriff is charged in Clay County District Court with disorderly conduct-brawling or fighting stemming from an incident in a Dilworth bar in May.

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MOORHEAD-A North Dakota sheriff is charged in Clay County District Court with disorderly conduct-brawling or fighting stemming from an incident in a Dilworth bar in May.

Court records show Travis A. Paeper, 43, of Forman, N.D., was charged Monday, June 6, with a single count relating to an altercation that occurred May 14.

Also charged with disorderly conduct-brawling or fighting in connection with the incident is Karen L. Beyer, 50, of Moorhead.

Paeper, who was charged by citation, has a court appearance scheduled for July 5.

Beyer, who also was charged by citation, has a court appearance scheduled for July 12.

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Details of the underlying incident were not immediately available.

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