Our Videos

July 6, 11

NEWS / Fort Totten Woman Pleads Guilty to Selling Meth


FARGO—United States Attorney Timothy Q. Purdon announced that on July 5, 2011, Kenzie McKay, of Fort Totten, North Dakota, pleaded guilty before United States District Court Judge Ralph R. Erickson to a charge of distribution of a controlled substance.

McKay, 36, pleaded guilty to selling five bags (total weight .60 grams) of methamphetamine at a church parking lot on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation in January of 2010.

The charge of distribution of a controlled substance carries a statutory maximum penalty of 20 years’ imprisonment.

The case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Bureau of Indian Affairs/Drug Enforcement Administration, North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation, and the Devil’s Lake Police Department.

Sentencing for McKay has been scheduled for Tuesday, September 13, 2011, in United States District Court in Grand Forks, North Dakota, at 11:00 a.m.

Assistant United States Attorney Janice M. Morley is prosecuting the case.

http://www.fbi.gov/minneapolis/press-releases/2011/fort-totten-woman-pleads-guilty-to-selling-meth

Tags: criminal investigation,
 




Testimonials

AnnaMaria Realbuto
Thank you for all your assistance and efficiency...
Read More »
Kateryna Melnychenko
Thanks a lot Anton!...
Read More »
Rani Payne
Thank you so much! I’m sure I will be in touch again with something else that will need to be apost...
Read More »
Serge Bauer Law
Thank you again for your help with this case!...
Read More »



FAQ

HOW DO THE NOTARIAL FUNCTIONS OF U.S. CONSULAR OFFICIALS DIFFER FROM THOSE OF A U.S. NOTARY PUBLIC?
Read More »
How many businesses open and close each year?
Read More »
Q. What is a Notice of Suit?
Read More »
What is a notarial certificate?
Read More »






News

May 22, 24
Premature baby born to US couple finally issued birth certificate
Read More »
May 16, 24
Bureaucratic snafu with birth certificate strands young US couple with newborn baby in Brazil
Read More »
May 13, 24
Apostille Convention to Take Effect in Rwanda in June
Read More »
May 6, 24
Federal Appeals Court Debates Tennessee’s Birth Certificate Policy Amid Transgender Rights Battle
Read More »