Washington man accused of selling heroin, trafficking woman in ND


Washington man accused of selling heroin, trafficking woman in ND
  1. Washington man accused of selling heroin, trafficking woman in ND
    westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNBISMARCK -- A 43-year-old Seattle man is accused of bringing a woman to Bismarck to work as a prostitute, promising her heroin in exchange for her work. Harold…
    North Dakota (ND)

BISMARCK -- A 43-year-old Seattle man is accused of bringing a woman to Bismarck to work as a prostitute, promising her heroin in exchange for her work.

Harold Nunnelly is charged with sexual servitude and possession of heroin with intent to deliver.

According to a police affidavit, Nunnelly convinced the 28-year-old woman to come with him to Bismarck and post ads on Backpage.com, a website commonly used to advertise prostitution. The woman allegedly told police Nunnelly promised to supply her with heroin, as she is an addict. She also told police that Nunnelly would take any money she earned.

Police encountered the woman while searching for a burglary suspect in Bismarck on May 10, according to the affidavit. In the apartment, police also allegedly found 22 grams of…

  1. Foundation gift to support business school

    Redspringscitizen.com - North Dakota (ND)
    05.27 / 14:52 redspringscitizen.com
    PEMBROKE — The Louis DeJoy and Aldona Z. Wos Family Foundation has made a generous scholarship gift that will support the growing School of Business at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. The foundation was established by Dr. Wos, a former physician, U.S. Ambassador, and previous Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health…
  2. Podcast features St. Pauls student

    Redspringscitizen.com - North Dakota (ND)
    05.27 / 14:52 redspringscitizen.com
    ST. PAULS — Sierra Davis, a member of the St. Pauls High School Future Farmers of America Chapter, has been featured on a national podcast series called Off Farm Income. This podcast features FFA members who are working on an entrepreneurship SAE their agriculture education class. The podcast featuring Sierra is “OFI 295: How To…
  3. Judge clears pipeline protester charged in drone incident

    Kfgo.com-ND
    05.27 / 14:30 kfgo.com
    BISMARCK, N.D. - A Dakota Access pipeline protester accused of endangering a police plane with his drone in North Dakota last September has been cleared of all charges. A judge found 32-year-old Aaron Turgeon not guilty of reckless endangerment and physical obstruction of a government function after a one-day bench trial Thursday. Judge Allan Schmalenberger ruled that the Rapid City, South Dakota, man operated his drone in a "methodical manner," not in a manner that endangered anyone.…
  4. Charges: Adult son killed parents with screwdriver

    Kfgo.com-ND
    05.27 / 14:30 kfgo.com
    MINNEAPOLIS - An Eden Prairie man with a history of mental health problems and methamphetamine addiction is accused of killing his parents with a screwdriver. Thirty-eight-year-old Nathan Lehman was charged Friday with two counts of second-degree murder.The bodies of Robert and Debra Lehman were found Thursday in their Eden Prairie home. The criminal complaint says Lehman was arrested in Buffalo, with bloody clothes in the trunk of his car. According to the complaint, Lehman told police…
  5. AgweekTV: Better grilling

    Wday.com - Fargo
    05.27 / 14:11 wday.com
    INFORUMWarmer weather means it's barbecue season, but there's a lot more to a good meal than just throwing some steaks on the grill. NDSU's Meat Science Department is serving…
  6. Semi fire shuts down I-29 south near Fargo

    Wday.com - Fargo
    05.27 / 14:11 wday.com
    FCCNNHARWOOD, N.D. -- Southbound travelers on Interstate 29 were delayed Friday evening, May 26, after a semi trailer caught fire near Fargo. Several agencies responded around 6:30 p.m. to…
  7. AgweekTV: Better grilling

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    05.27 / 14:07 westfargopioneer.com
    INFORUMWarmer weather means it's barbecue season, but there's a lot more to a good meal than just throwing some steaks on the grill. NDSU's Meat Science Department is serving…
  8. Semi fire shuts down I-29 south near Fargo

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    05.27 / 14:07 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNHARWOOD, N.D. -- Southbound travelers on Interstate 29 were delayed Friday evening, May 26, after a semi trailer caught fire near Fargo. Several agencies responded around 6:30 p.m. to…
  9. Police encourage students

    Redspringscitizen.com - North Dakota (ND)
    05.27 / 13:56 redspringscitizen.com
    (tap to edit) Last week officers from Pembroke Police Department visited Pembroke Elementary School to give the students a boost of encouragement on their End of Grade test this week. The officers greeted the students and gave out pencils to every student on campus. http://redspringscitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_Police_cmyk20175261356692.jpgLast week officers from Pembroke Police Department visited Pembroke Elementary School…
  10. More graduates leave on a high at RCC

    Redspringscitizen.com - North Dakota (ND)
    05.27 / 12:59 redspringscitizen.com
    A previous Robeson CC Today column highlighted Nursing, Radiography, and Respiratory pinning ceremonies. Since then, May celebrations have continued at Robeson Community College with the faculty of the Emergency Medical Science and Early Childhood Education programs pinning their graduates in separate ceremonies. Honors students were recognized at a reception and a dinner, all of which…
  11. Cooper promiseds to fight for more Matthew aid

    Redspringscitizen.com - North Dakota (ND)
    05.27 / 12:04 redspringscitizen.com
    PEMBROKE — Gov. Roy Cooper this week pledged to keep pushing to find money to help North Carolina counties with Hurricane Matthew relief efforts, including Robeson County, which he called “Ground Zero” for the October storm and the epic flooding that it delivered. Cooper was in Pembroke on Thursday to address participants of the Lumbee…
  12. Weather Talk: Tornado hit passenger train near Sabin in 1931

    Inforum.com - Fargo
    05.27 / 11:57 inforum.com
    INFORUMToday is the anniversary of the Empire Builder train tornado of 1931. Around 4:30 that afternoon, the Empire Builder, the transcontinental passenger train that originated in Seattle and was…
  13. 'I am an addict': Dickinson resident champions treatment over prison

    Wday.com - Fargo
    05.27 / 11:22 wday.com
    FCCNNOkay, here it goes.... I am a drug addict. Scratch that I am a meth addict. Over the last few years that has been a big part of my…
  14. 'I am an addict': Dickinson resident champions treatment over prison

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    05.27 / 11:18 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNOkay, here it goes.... I am a drug addict. Scratch that I am a meth addict. Over the last few years that has been a big part of my…
  15. Saying goodbye to school: 2 longtime District 8 teachers retire

    Willistonherald.com-ND
    05.27 / 05:55 www.willistonherald.com
    Twenty-five years ago, which was the first year that Carol Scallon taught kindergarten for New Public School District 8, she taught a girl named Amanda…
  16. Balloons bring back memories of former teacher

    Willistonherald.com-ND
    05.27 / 05:55 www.willistonherald.com
    The sun peeked out from around the clouds for a few moments on Friday afternoon as students at Rickard Elementary filed out onto the football field, but the wind never let up. Balloons brought out in memory of the…
  17. Honoring the newest veterans

    Willistonherald.com-ND
    05.27 / 05:55 www.willistonherald.com
    Editor’s note: This is the second in an occasional series looking at the preparation for and celebration of the 130th anniversary of Riverview C…
  18. Man facing possession of child porn charge

    Willistonherald.com-ND
    05.27 / 05:55 www.willistonherald.com
    A man from Williston was arrested this week on a child pornography charge after a detective allegedly linked an explicit photograph to his email…
  19. Caliber Midstream facing fines

    Willistonherald.com-ND
    05.27 / 05:55 www.willistonherald.com
    Caliber Midstream Partners LP is facing fines totaling $9,100, after the North Dakota Public Service Commission said the pipeline company failed to provide proper corrosion control on two of its lines within the required…
  20. Recession or recovery? Economists say ND may be at turning point

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    05.27 / 05:25 westfargopioneer.com
    FCCNNGRAND FORKS — It's still an applicant's market when it comes to jobs in North Dakota. Despite continued challenges to the state's leading energy and agricultural commodities, the unemployment r…