FORT TOTTEN

Ethics Commission Includes Former Mayor, Retired Judge And Others

The commission will oversee the conduct of legislators, statewide officials, candidates and lobbyists

BISMARCK, N.D. — Republican Gov. Doug Burgum and Senate leaders have chosen the panel for North Dakota’s voter-approved ethics commission. The panel members include former Williston mayor Ward Koeser, retired judge Ronald Goodman of Oakes and retired brigadier general David Anderson of Bismarck. Cynthia Lindquist of Devils Lake served as president of the community college in Fort Totten and Paul…

Alleged Shoplifting Spree At Walmart Ends In A Chase And Arrests

Two Women Allegedly Stole $1,100 Worth of Merchandise From Walmart in Jamestown

STUTSMAN CO., ND — Two women are in custody after allegedly shoplifting $1,100 worth of merchandise from Walmart in Jamestown and leading police on a chase. The driver was identified as 27-year-old Ulanda TwoHearts of Fort Totten. 27-year-old Brittany Reyes of Fargo was a passenger. Police used stop sticks to stop the women last night but they avoided them and went…

Fort Totten Man Walking On Highway Hit By Car Getting Over For Ambulance

the car struck 29-year-old Clarence Brown

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — A Fort Totten man was severely injured when a car, pulling over for an ambulance, hit him. It happened around 9:20 last night on Highway 20, about three miles south of Devils Lake. In the process of pulling over and yielding right of way to the ambulance, the car struck 29-year-old Clarence Brown. The patrol says the…

Assaults And Shooting Result In 60 Year Prison Sentence For Accused Murderer

Dakota Charboneau was found guilty in June of assaulting two men on the Spirit Lake Reservation

FARGO, N.D. — A Fort Totten man has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for assaulting two men and shooting his ex-girlfriend. At a combined change of plea and sentencing hearing in Fargo, 24-year-old Dakota Charboneau plead guilty to the shooting last November. His former girlfriend lost her eye as a result of the shooting. Charboneau was found guilty in…

Indicted Former BIA Officer Pleads Not Guilty To Giving False Information

LaRon Greywater was indicted last week by a grand jury in Grand Forks

FORT TOTTEN, N.D. — A former BIA officer has pleaded not guilty to providing false information about a crash involving her police vehicle. LaRon Greywater was indicted last week by a grand jury in Grand Forks on three counts of making a false statement to a federal agency. Greywater is accused of running a stop sign on the Spirit Lake…

Arrest Made In Grand Forks Walmart Robbery

The police department says around 8:40 p.m., officers were called to Walmart for a robbery in progress.

Grand Forks, N.D.– A Fort Totten, North Dakota man was arrested after a robbery at Walmart on 32nd Avenue South in Grand Forks. Authorities saw 36-year-old Gabriel Longtail fleeing from the parking lot last night after the robbery and side-swiping another vehicle. He was eventually tracked down to an apartment in the 500 Block of 48th Street North. Longtail was arrested…

Fort Totten Teen Facing DUI After Crashes with Devils Lake Police Vehicles

The teen from Fort Totten was not hurt but he is facing a charge of driving under the influence

  DEVILS LAKE, ND — It’s not the best start to 2018 for a 15-year-old teen in Devils Lake. He backed into two parked Devils Lake Police Department patrol vehicles. A highway patrol trooper says the teen then spun out while trying to back out again and hit another car, pushing it into a fence. All three vehicles have minor…

Fort Totten Woman Dies After Police Chase, Car Crash

Her passenger, 26-year-old Derrick Brown, was treated and released

  MINOT, N.D. — The driver of a car involved in a chase and crash after a drunken incident early Monday at Sky Dancer Casino has died. Clarice Brown ,25, of Ft. Totten, died of her injuries on Tuesday at Trinity Hospital in Minot. Her passenger, 26-year-old Derrick Brown, was treated and released. Belcourt Police tried to stop Brown on…

Three Arrested After Moorhead Traffic Stop

Police say they ran a routine registration check on a vehicle and it came back as stolen

  MOORHEAD, Minn. — A Fort Totten man is in custody after a traffic stop in Moorhead. James Graywater, 44, is charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, driving without a license and possession of an open bottle. Police say they ran a routine registration check on a vehicle and it came back as stolen. Two passengers in the vehicle…