King promoted by North Dakota Highway Patrol, stationed in Jamestown

He was promoted to sergeant.

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Col. Brandon Solberg, right, superintendent of the North Dakota Highway Patrol, presents Sgt. Nate King with a promotional plaque at a ceremony in Jamestown on Jan. 30.
Contributed / North Dakota Highway Patrol

Col. Brandon Solberg, superintendent of the North Dakota Highway Patrol, announces the promotion of Trooper Nathaniel King to sergeant.

King attended the Highway Patrol Academy and graduated on Feb. 6, 2014. Following graduation, King was stationed in Jamestown as a traffic enforcement trooper where he has since served.

King earned an Associate of Science in Law Enforcement from Alexandria (Minnesota) Technical and Community College in May 2013.

King began his duties as a regional sergeant on Feb. 1 and is stationed in Jamestown.

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