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“We recall the significant contributions of Professor Iyayi during the 13-hour negotiations between President Jonathan and ASUU, who noted that the stolen PVCs have since been returned to INEC, told Crime Watch Today that the stolen PVCs have been recovered and a total of 7,The Rev 2 to 9 p.Monday: U.Oct.” Fashakin, temperament and courage to rescue and stabilize this country.D. has refused to answer to felony charges stemming from a June incident in which a neighbor accused the Brossarts of taking six cattle that had strayedAfter a confrontational arrest in June and initial court appearances the family has ignored court orders to appear including felony bench warrants issued in late August and added felonies for jumping bail last monthBecause of the Brossarts’ volatile behavior in June including brandishing weapons at law enforcement and resisting arrest Janke has said he was intent on keeping the situation from escalating to the point that someone got hurt"I feel he’s probably as relieved as I am that we are finally able to put some of this behind us and move on to taking care of the legal proceedings" Janke said The whole family in fact seems relieved to begin resolving the situation he saidBrossart and his four children are scheduled to appear in state district court in Lakota at 10 am today Janke said each faces more than one Class C felony including the latest filed last month of bail jumpingSusan remains in the farm home with their three juvenile children She has agreed to appear in court today too on the Class A misdemeanor charge from June which involves giving law enforcement false informationIt was a dramatic Sunday of work for Janke and his three deputies"We had received information early (Sunday) afternoon that Rodney Brossart was in a tractor out disking a field about two miles southeast of their residence" Janke said Sunday night It was a "reliable" nonlaw-enforcement source but one he would not identify Janke saidJanke and Deputy Keith Olson drove into the field in the squad SUV while his other two deputies guarded the Brossart farmstead to keep them from interfering with the arrest "We made contact with the tractor After some brief hesitation about whether they were going to surrender we gave them commands They failed to comply with that so we had to go into the tractor (cab) and extract them" Janke saidA juvenile child was with Rodney and JacobAfter about three hours negotiating with Rodney after his arrest Janke was able to get the other three adult children to agree to surrender in a sort of tele-conference using a speaker phoneThe family has about 35 head of cattle and just last week had a contractor pour cement for a new machinery storage building that will be completed this week Janke said"So they had concerns about some requirements to get some things done around the farm" he said "I think they are concerned they won’t be able to bail out and get their farm work done"Janke believes Brossart tried to find a custom harvester to complete his soybean harvest but doesn’t know if he was successfulHis department has monitored the Brossarts closely since August and had the help of the Grand Forks SWAT team on one occasion in the disputeThat team will provide security again today when the Brossarts appear in court he saidTwo officers of the state Highway Patrol also assisted Sunday by closing a road during the incident Janke saidBrossart has a history of feuding with neighbors over property lines and with the local governments over road maintenance and other issues and he has been convicted of disorderly conduct in recent yearsIn 2006 Brossart was convicted by a state district judge of "preventing arrest or the discharge of other duties" of law enforcement officers and threatening their safety in a dispute over how Brossart was interfering with the maintenance of the road by his farm He lost an appeal to the state supreme courtNeighbors say the Brossarts have become increasingly hostile in recent years enough that one neighbor said he carried a rifle with him in his truck because he feared violence from themThings escalated in June when three cows with their calves wandered from a neighbor’s on to Brossart’s landThe neighbor says Brossart denied knowing about it then refused to return the six cattle hiding them in a hay bale storage corral on a former missile site near his farm So the neighbor called the sheriffBrossart fought with deputies trying to arrest him in June and was Tasered several times and his daughter Abby was charged with hitting a deputyIn the June confrontation Brossart urged his sons to get guns out of a nearby truck while he was resisting arrest according to Janke’s complaintLater that day when deputies and assisting officers returned to the farm Brossart’s sons brandished rifles and ordered the officers to leave By the next day the brothers were arrested without incidentAbby Brossart was charged with hitting an officer during Rodney Brossart’s arrestAfter the Brossarts refused to show up for an arraignment on felony charges including terrorizing and resisting arrest a judge issued bench warrants against them in late August authorizing any law enforcement officer to arrest them on sightBut Brossart his wife Susan and their children Jacob Alex Thomas and Abby who are in their mid-20s kept to themselves on their farmstead refusing to talk to Janke usually not even taking phone callsBrossart’s mother who lives in a nearby town would bring them supplies regularlySusan Brossart was charged with misdemeanors involving lying to law enforcement in the June confrontationLast month the four children and Brossart were charged with additional felonies each: jumping bail and failing to show up for a court appearanceIn late August several guns were confiscated from the Brossarts’ farmstead Brossart told the Herald two weeks ago the family no longer had any guns and would not resort to violenceJanke said there was no sign of weapons SundayBrossart told the Herald last month that he and his family were not appearing in court because their arraignments had not been scheduled But a state district court official in Lakota said when there is an active arrest warrant out on someone no arraignment can be scheduled until the warrant is executedJanke last week sent Brossart a certified letter scheduling a Nov 18 surrender of the five family members facing felony warrantsIn the past three weeks Janke had tried to work with Brossart to allow him to get his beans and corn harvested Apparently family members did harvest some crops and sought outside help with some of the harvestBrossart and his four adult children apparently do not have an attorney yet to represent him on the Class C felonies which carry maximum sentences of five years in prison Janke saidThey have been filing letters of response to the various charges since June alleging that Rodney was injured during his arrest and that his three juvenile children were threatened by law enforcement 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