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Prosecutors seek money, mineral interests in alleged business fraud

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BISMARCK — Prosecutors are trying to recover money and mineral interests in North Dakota’s Oil Patch from a man who faces federal weapons charges here and has been questioned in a suspected murder-for-hire plot in Washington state.

Investigators have questioned James Terry Henrikson of Watford City about the death of his estranged business partner, Doug Carlile, who was shot to death by an armed intruder Dec. 15 in his Spokane, Wash., home, but haven’t charged him in the case.

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