ᐅ Domestic Violence Registry – North Dakota (ND)

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN NORTH DAKOTA is intentional intimidation, physical violence, battery, sexual assault and/or other abusive behavior committed by one intimate partner towards another. The frequency and severity of domestic violence can vary greatly.

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Meghan Shea Aanonsen
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Arrested Mar 06, 2011
• domestic
Aanonsen Meghan - Williams County, North Dakota
Gad K Ackah
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Arrested Jun 13, 2015
• converted - simple assault domestic
Ackah Gad - Williams County, North Dakota
Matthew Erin Adams
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Arrested Jun 21, 2012
• converted - simple assault domestic
Adams Matthew - Williams County, North Dakota
Naidan Malvina Adams
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Arrested Nov 18, 2011
• converted - simple assault - domestic
Adams Naidan - Williams County, North Dakota
Windchill N/a Adams
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Arrested Jun 18, 2010
• converted - bw-domestic abuse
• converted - spda
• converted - hindering
• converted - otsc
Tamsen Lurene Allen
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Arrested Jun 17, 2011
• converted - simple assault domestic
Allen Tamsen - Williams County, North Dakota
Shawn Michael Almquist
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Arrested May 10, 2014
• converted - simple assault domestic
Almquist Shawn - Williams County, North Dakota
Alex Yovany Amador-Ramirez
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Arrested Jan 10, 2020
• domestic violence - simple assault
Amador-Ramirez Alex - Williams County, North Dakota
William Joseph Amon
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Arrested Mar 17, 2012
• domestic
• converted - dui
Erik Micheal Anderson
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Arrested Apr 30, 2010
• converted - simple assualt domestic
Anderson Erik - Williams County, North Dakota
Lucius Glenn Antoine
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Arrested Aug 22, 2012
• converted - simple assault-domestic
Antoine Lucius - Williams County, North Dakota
Aaron Claiborn Arant
Bond: $48
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Arrested Jul 22, 2018
• detainer for tioga police department
• domestic violence (simple assault)-1st offense
Arant Aaron - Williams County, North Dakota
Bradley A Arcand
Bond: $48
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Arrested Oct 12, 2018
• detainer for williams county sheriff's office
• domestic violence (aggravated assault)
Arcand Bradley - Williams County, North Dakota
Jeffrey Jerald Averett
Bond: $5000
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Arrested May 18, 2018
• domestic violence (simple assault)-1st offense
• detainer for williams county sheriff's office
Averett Jeffrey - Williams County, North Dakota
Mathew Arnold Axelson
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Arrested Apr 16, 2010
• converted - imple assault-domestic
Axelson Mathew - Williams County, North Dakota
Nathan Currie Axtman
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Arrested Jan 21, 2015
• converted - simple assault domestic
Axtman Nathan - Williams County, North Dakota
Wyatt Whitley James Azure
Bond: $2000
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Arrested Jan 16, 2018
• domestic violence (simple assault)-1st offense
• warrant: arrest warrant 16-26515 issued by turtle mountian reservation, nd
• warrant: arrest warrant 16-26520 issued by turtle mountian reservation, nd
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Azure Wyatt - Williams County, North Dakota

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North Dakota has a significant Native American population. Native Americans commit violent crimes two and a half times more often than the national average

7 thoughts on “ᐅ Domestic Violence Registry – North Dakota (ND)”

  1. He has another one too now added. Beat his ex after backdooring her from a company they started together while having an affair on her. Poor thing had just lost their daughter a few months prior and was oblivious to all he was doing. She was working her ass off to get their company off the ground and to keep her head on straight, I couldn’t imagine losing a child myself, and while she worked he partied at the bars in Killdeer, spread rumors about their daughter not being his and made her sound as if she was some terrible person who just wouldn’t leave the house they bought together. He ended up stranding her out of state after beating her this last time- breaking her nose, orbital socket, chest plate and multiple ribs. This man is the worst and deserves to be put away. And instead all he is being charged with is a simple domestic violence charge because he continues to harass and stalk the poor thing and she is too scared to go forward with the case that the state, not her, brought on.

  2. This Clancey Lonefight character seems to know the system incredibly well. I am noticing a pattern of him convincing the judge to drop his domestic violence charges - if he pleads guilty to the many other charges that follow. This fellow is not safe to be walking the streets of any community. If you know him or are familiar with him, he is extremely clever, he is smart, he is narcissistic to his core. He uses his good looks and charm to captivate any individual whom he encounters. He is a predator and preys on young girls who are either drug addicted, or with his help soon to be. His pattern is to use drugs to gain control and make them mentally weak and fearful. I've seen this too many times where his victims are unavailable for question, because while in the heat of the moment they are extremely fearful to talk and so beat down mentally and physically that they are simply unavailable.

    I wish there were more that we could do to make this individual accountable for his crimes! It's a shame to go back and look at how many times he's been let free and slapped on the wrist for his lengthy - never-ending criminal history - along with his habitual, yet unmentioned domestic violence background.

    It seems to me that the courts are simply waiting for this individual to kill someone. We need to hold him accountable! Let's do better to protect all people of our state who could be a potential victim in this man's hands.

  3. "Native Americans commit violent crimes two and a half times more often than the national average"

    Native Americans are profiled, targeted, and arrested without cause three times more often than the national average. FTFY.

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