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Several new North Dakota Highway Patrol soldiers have completed their field training and received their assignments for the northwest and north-central parts of the state.
Austin Yancy, a native of Chowchilla, Calif., previously worked for the Fargo Police Department and served in the Army National Guard. He will be assigned to Rugby.
Bismarck native Reece Burckhard graduated from Minot State University with a degree in criminal justice. Prior to being sworn into the Highway Patrol, he worked as a Capitol Security Officer. He will be assigned to Rolla.
Alyson Moses, a Bismarck native, graduated from Minot State University with a degree in criminal justice. She is a former Valley City police officer. She will be assigned to Williston.
AJ Potter, a native of Monticello, Minnesota, was a former patrol deputy for the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office and a former wildlife conservation officer in South Dakota. He will be assigned to Williston.
Shea Pulley, a native of Columbus, Missouri, is a U.S. Air Force veteran and former Ward County Sheriff’s Office Deputy. He will be assigned to Williston.
Mathew Lee, originally from Gary, Minnesota, is a former police officer from Crookston, Minnesota. He will be assigned to Watford City.