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Woman Pleads Not guilty to Forgery and Theft of $800,000

Morell will stand trial beginning Feb. 19.

BISMARCK, N.D.–A Bismarck woman has pleaded not guilty to using fraudulent letters and a judge’s forged signature to swindle more than $800,000 from people who thought they were loaning her money. Thirty-two-year-old Autumn Morrell entered the pleas Tuesday to three counts of theft and three counts of forgery. Each felony carries a maximum 20 years in prison upon conviction. Prosecutors…

William Hoehn Takes the Stand, Defense Rests Case in His Murder Trial

The jury has started deliberating for a verdict

FARGO, N.D. — The defense rests its case in William Hoehn’s murder trial, but not before two more witnesses take the stand, including the defendant himself. The other included Jennifer Robinson. She and Hoehn’s former girlfriend Brooke Crews were inmates together at the Dakota Women’s Correctional facility last year. The two became close but Robinson says Crews lied to her about…

Fargo Man Reaches Plea Deal In Fatal Fight At His Apartment

It was March when David Habiger called 911 from a convenience store to let officers know he had been involved in a drunken fight

Daniel Habiger appears in Cass County Court on Wednesday, May 9, 2018. David Samson / The ForumFARGO, N.D. — A Fargo man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of a man at his apartment. 29-year-old Daniel Habiger also pleaded guilty to terrorizing. It was March when Habiger called 911 from a convenience store to let officers know he had…

State Rests Its Case in William Hoehn Murder Trial

Hoehn's defense attorney Daniel Bourgen says he will call at least one witness to the stand Thursday

FARGO, N.D. — The state rests its case after one day of jury selection and six days of witness testimonies in William Hoehn’s murder trial. Only two witnesses were called to the stand, including Det. Phil Swan with the Fargo Police Department. Fargo police searched Hoehn’s apartment three times for 22–year–old Savanna Greywind but it was Aug. 20, 2017 when Det….

Day 5 of Hoehn Trial Tells Us How He Said He Moved Savanna’s Body Out of the Apartment Unnoticed

"Nailed the front pieces back on and moved it down the stairs by himself"

FARGO, N.D. — In the second week of William Hoehn’s trial we find out how he says he got Savanna’s body out of the apartment. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen was in court and tells us more about this unfolding story in our lead story. Over the last few months, it’s been unclear how Savanna got from her apartment to the Red…

Hoehn Trial Reveals Police Interviews With Crews, Testimonies From Experts

A forensic examiner from the FBI gave DNA analysis

FARGO, N.D. — The trial for William Hoehn continues for the fourth day. He’s being charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the death of Savanna Greywind. Among those who testified for the prosecution were a forensic examiner from the FBI and a doctor who cared for Haisley Jo, Greywind’s baby. Most of the day was spent showing the jury a…

Hoehn Trial Continues With Police Interviews From August 2017

The jury was shown two: one with Hoehn before Savanna Greywind's baby Haisley Jo was found and one after she was found

FARGO, N.D. — Wiliam Hoehn is on trial for conspiring to commit murder in the death of Savanna Greywind, but no one outside of law enforcement was able to talk to him in August of last year about what happened. Each day the trial continues, we are able to start piecing together what happened from the moment Greywind went missing last…

14 People Selected for Jury in 1st Day of William Hoehn’s Murder Trial

The trial will last nine days

FARGO, N.D. — William Hoehn, the man charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the death of 22–year–old Savanna Greywind, begins his trial. In day one of nine, a jury of 12 people and two alternates are selected for the case. That jury is made up of eight women and six men. It took all day for the defense and prosecution…

Donations Help Greywind’s Pass Goal to Attend Trial Of Daughter’s Accused Killer

William Hoehn will stand trial on a charge of conspiracy to commit murder

FARGO, N.D. — It took just one day for the family of Savanna Greywind to raise enough money to attend the trial of one of her accused killers. In a story first reported on KVRR Local News, Norberta Greywind, Savanna’s mother, started a GoFundMe account on Tuesday to raise money for the trip to Fargo from Oberon. In just one…