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Credit: MEN Media The seller in question, This is the largest FDI into the country till that date and also the largest outbound investment from Russia.37 billion) in 2030. Economical Losses From Land Degradation And Change Of Land Use, 1961Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images The Hustler, The transporters while reaffirming their “unflinching support” for the governor for his re-election in office stressed that “it will be a disservice to the good people of Enugu State if we as one of the major beneficiaries of your administration’s provision of democracy dividends fail to show commensurate appreciation”.Deputy Jason Falk testified that Jason Wilde age 37 or 38 Carrington the boyfriend of Justice Lange and father of Tyr purchased meth that day from a person at the carnival Falk also testified Lange told him that she had "shot up right before she left with the baby"Also on June 28 a report of a missing person and child endangerment was received by the sheriff’s department"The father (Wilde) of this child called and reported that his girlfriend the mother of the child had taken off in a vehicle that she didn’t own" Falk testified "He reported that she’s a meth addict and that she took off with the kid and felt that she was off using drugs and in hiding"Wilde also told authorities she was driving a pickup he was in the process of purchasingThe sheriff’s department issued a lookout alert to law enforcement agencies across North Dakota requesting a welfare check on Lange The department also noted there were numerous warrants for Lange’s arrest and the vehicle she was assumed to be driving was listed as stolen by the Carrington Police DepartmentWilde told the sheriff’s department he had been fighting with Lange and suspected she might be hiding from him in the Woodworth areaLater investigations found a farmer in the area southeast of Woodworth reported a strange pickup driving through his yard and onto field trails on June 28 The farmer attempted to follow the pickup but was unable to find it While Lange was missing Wilde also made his own attempt to locate her and TyrOn July 2 a man later identified as Wilde was reported following a vehicle containing two females in an area north of Woodworth near the Foster County borderOfficers responding to the call were informed that Wilde had called the Stutsman County Communications Center expressing concern about the safety of his child and its mother Dispatchers also alerted officers that he was driving on a suspended licenseA vehicle pursuit with speeds of up to 80 mph was followed by a foot pursuit in a pasture before Wilde was apprehended and transported to the Stutsman County Correctional Center on arrest warrants from Cass Stutsman and Foster counties as well as charges of driving under suspension fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer and reckless endangerment of the passenger in the vehicleFour days after the Wilde arrest on July 6 an individual traveling in the area reported finding a woman walking barefoot wearing only a tank top and bra along a gravel road southeast of Woodworth The individual knew the woman who was later identified as Lange and transported her to her grandparents’ residence in Carrington Falk said in his testimony that Lange was described to him as sunburned and covered with ticks When questioned about the baby she told her family she had left the boy in the waterThe family alerted law enforcement officers On July 6 investigators found the pickup Lange had been driving stuck on a trail between a pasture and a corn field"It had gas" Falk testified "There was baby formula there was water food some food things like that baby items in the vehicle"Investigators found a trail of items including a car seat baby bib and changed diaper leading west from where the vehicle was stuck Along the trail searchers located Lange’s shoes underwear and pants"And then we found a spot near a body of water where it looked like somebody had spent a lot of time" Falk testified "Everything was trampled down and things like that"Lange told Falk during questioning that somewhere around July 1 or July 2 three days after she disappeared "the baby was not waking up""She went into the water and was splashing water on the baby to revive him" Falk testified that Lange had told him "When she walked back up she didn’t have the baby anymore"Lange told a different story when she was later questioned about the same thing"She said the baby died in her arms" Falk said "She said she had gone down to the water splashed water on the baby to try to revive him but she couldn’t revive (Tyr) and he died in her arms and that she then went up to shore and she placed the baby in the reeds next to the body of water"Falk testified that the information Lange gave during the second interview "guided us right to where the body was found"The search of the area had begun on the afternoon of July 6 with no success The more detailed information Lange gave during the second interrogation narrowed the search and the baby’s body was found on the afternoon of July 7Lange was initially arrested and transported to the Stutsman County Correctional Center on previous warrants She was transported to Carrington on July 9 and found guilty of contempt of court for failure to pay fees and restitution in a 2012 forgery case She was sentenced to five days in the Stutsman County Correctional Center during which the investigation continued and charges of manslaughter and child neglect were filedChad Kaiser Stutsman County sheriff said the cause of death for the baby is officially listed as pending by the medical examiner although Falk testified that the preliminary cause of the baby’s death was malnutritionLange has been assigned Kevin McCabe a public defender from Dickinson Her next court appearance a preliminary hearing is scheduled for 9 am Sept 5 at the Stutsman County Courthouse"Pawlenty and the endorsed Democratic candidates showed up to register to run at the secretary of state’s office at about the same time. per affidavits. has been bedeviled with so many infrastructural and mobility problems. who was just 7 years old when she was sold 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