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DICKINSON, N.D. (AP) — The Stark County Commission is holding off on paying the medical bills of some Alabama fugitives, after State's Attorney Tom Henning questioned whether the county was responsible.
More charges have been filed against two Alabama fugitives accused of shooting at officers in southwestern North Dakota’s Stark County, robbing a Dickinson movie store and being involved in a chase and standoff with law enforcement near Gladstone.
Twenty-two-year-old Ashton Mink and his 25-year-old wife Jacquelin Mink have been charged with attempted murder and a second count of criminal conspiracy to commit murder.
Officials are wondering how to cover the bills four Alabama fugitives are running up for Stark County.
The cost for security for two of the fugitives while they were hospitalized after the June 6 shootout is already well over $26,000.
And this may just be the beginning.
Residents in this tiny North Dakota town were jarred from their sleep with calls from authorities: Lock your doors.
Police were trying to capture suspects in a video store robbery who turned out to be four people wanted in an Alabama prison break. The suspects had holed up in a garage and held off authorities for more than 14 hours Saturday before two of them surrendered and two were wounded in a shootout with police.
By James MacPherson, The Associated Press
, June 08, 2009
Five veterinary clinics in eastern Alabama received 32 surprises in the last week: Healthy cats in containers and carriers, along with notes from an anonymous donor saying she is dying from cancer.
The notes signed by “Miss R” beg the vets to find her pets new homes.
“My time is very, very short,” the donor wrote. “There is not enough time to find homes for my children another way. I beg you not to let them die because I have to, please!”
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