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North Dakota’s Aeronautics Commission is moving to find a new director to succeed Gary Ness, who resigned after admitting he stole an envelope with $1,770 in cash from a Bismarck service station counter.
Commission Chairman Robert Miller, of Casselton, read Ness’ resignation letter to commission members at Tuesday’s meeting. He also cited letters of support for Ness, who did not attend the meeting.
North Dakota’s aeronautics director has pleaded not guilty to a charge that he stole an envelope from a service station counter that was stuffed with $1,770 from a woman’s recently cashed paycheck.
Gary Ness waived his right Wednesday to a preliminary hearing on the felony charge, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. South Central District Judge Sonna Anderson scheduled a Dec. 8 pretrial conference.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, October 16, 2008
A hearing on a felony theft charge against the director of North Dakota’s Aeronautics Commission has been put off until October.
Gary Ness’ preliminary hearing and arraignment were scheduled for Tuesday at the Burleigh County courthouse.
The North Dakota Aeronautics Commission, calling the task “unpleasant,” put its director, Gary Ness, on administrative leave with pay during a Thursday morning meeting, with its chairman saying he suspected Ness’ current legal trouble “a medical issue.”
The vote was unanimous.
By Janell Cole, N.D. Capitol Bureau
, July 25, 2008
The director of North Dakota’s Aeronautics Commission is due in court today on a theft charge.
Gary Ness is accused of picking up an envelope with $1,770 in it at a Bismarck gas station last week. A woman said she left the envelope by accident. Police said Ness noticed the envelope, put a newspaper over it and took it.
Gary Ness, the director of North Dakota’s Aeronautics Commission, is facing a felony theft charge for allegedly taking an envelope containing $1,770 that a woman said she accidentally left on a gas station counter.
July 12, 2008
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