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Rebecca Fruge Anderson, a qualified service provider, was audited and found to have fraudulently over-billed on Medicaid care, including for services she did not provide, between 2017 and 2019, according to authorities.
Wade Bison faces numerous charges in the death of 77-year-old Erwin Geigle of Mandan.
The new arena will be built in place of the current Mandan Horse and Saddle Club arena, next to the Dacotah Speedway. It will include a food truck court, a video board and covered grandstands.
Investigators say Maurice Thill traveled to the African island nation of Madagascar in December 2019 and had sexual contact with a minor.

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Wade Carlton Bison was charged with murder for allegedly causing the death of 77-year-old Erwin Geigle by running into and over him multiple times with his truck, according to charges filed on Wednesday, March 23.
Preliminary results of an autopsy show the man's cause of death was accidental drowning, according to the Mandan Police Department.
The driver is expected to be charged with reckless endangerment, possession of a stolen vehicle and fleeing. He has a criminal history that includes theft and reckless driving.
The appeal, filed to the North Dakota Supreme Court on Thursday, Jan 20, states that Chad Trolon Isaak, 47, plans to argue "whether there was sufficient evidence to support the conviction," according to the court filing.
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When researchers at the Northern Great Plains Research Lab near Mandan first began researching the sustainability of North Dakota’s native grasslands in 1916, the words "climate change" would have meant little to them. But a century-old study is aiding new research to address today's problems.
South Central District Judge David Reich on Tuesday ordered Chad Isaak to spend four consecutive life sentences behind bars, one for each of the victims of the April 1, 2019, killings at RJR Maintenance and Management. Isaak will not be given a chance at parole.

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DNA analysis of blood found at the crime scene and in Chad Isaak's truck was a focus in court on Monday, which marked the beginning of the trial's third and anticipated final week.
The prosecution on Friday, Aug. 13, alluded to the fact that Chad Isaak had no motive when he supposedly shot and killed four people at RJR Maintenance & Management in Mandan more than two years ago.
Investigators on Thursday, Aug. 12, testified that they found evidence in Chad Isaak's mobile home that connects him to the quadruple murders.

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