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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…

Greywind Family Starts GoFundMe Account To Attend Trial Of Daughter’s Accused Killer

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

OBERON, N.D. — The family of Savanna Greywind has started a GoFundMe account so they can attend the trial of one of their daughter’s accused killers. The account was set up by Norberta Greywind, Savanna’s mother, with a goal of $1,000. She wrote that the family hopes to be in Fargo for the entire trial of William Hoehn which begins September…

Change of Plea Expected in Deadly Fargo Bar Fight

Darren PattersonFARGO, N.D. – A change of plea hearing is scheduled Thursday morning for a man charged in a deadly fight outside a Downtown Fargo bar last year. Prosecutors say in May 2017 44-year-old Darren Patterson, now of Las Vegas, got into a brawl with 45-year-old James Grant, his brother Jeffery Grant and Christopher Sang after the men were kicked out…

3M Avoids Trial, Agrees to Settle with Minnesota For Nearly $1 Billion

The state was looking for $5 billion in damages in court

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — 3M has reached a settlement with Minnesota on the same day its trial was expected to start. 3M will provide a grant of $850 million to the state, with funds used to finance projects involving drinking water and water sustainability in the east metro area. This all stems from alleged contamination in Cottage Grove and Lake Elmo….

DAPL Protester Reaches Plea Deal

Prosecutors will drop a more serious count of discharge of a firearm during a felony crime of violence

  CASS COUNTY, N.D. — Red Fawn Fallis has pleaded guilty to civil disorder and gun possession by a felon. The Denver woman will avoid a trial after she was accused of firing a gun three times in October 2016 at the Dakota Access pipeline protest in Morton County, North Dakota. No one was hurt. Prosecutors will drop a more…

Suspect’s Trial in Greywind Case Delayed

The trial for William Hoehn has been moved from March to May 15

  CASS COUNTY, N.D. — There is another delay in the Savanna Greywind murder case. The trial for William Hoehn has been moved from March to May 15. Attorneys on both sides say they are still waiting for information to prepare their cases. Hoehn and his girlfriend, Brooke Crews, are accused of kidnapping their neighbor Savanna and taking her baby…

Sentencing Date Set for Suspect in Greywind Case

She was set to be in court tomorrow, but sentencing has been moved to Friday, February 2nd

Brooke CrewsFARGO, N.D. — There is a sentencing delay for Brooke Crews. The Fargo woman last month pleaded guilty to three counts in the Savanna Greywind case including conspiracy to commit murder. She was set to be in court tomorrow, but sentencing has been moved to Friday, February 2nd. Her boyfriend, William Hoehn, is also charged in the case and…

DAPL Protester Accused of Shooting at Law Enforcement Won’t Get Trial Delay

Fallis is pleading not guilty in the shooting

  MORTON COUNTY, ND — Red Fawn Fallis, the woman accused of shooting at law enforcement during the Dakota Access pipeline protests, will not have the opportunity to delay her upcoming trial. A U.S. District judge is also limiting what will be allowed in court during the trial. Parties will not be allowed to discuss treaty agreements, protest activities leading…