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Case of Man Killed at Work Site Closed With No Charges

The remains of 30-year-old Eric Haider were found last May, three years after he went missing at a work site.

Wed January 27, 2016 - Midwest Edition
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No criminal charges will be filed in the death of a Bismarck man at a construction site in Dickinson.
No criminal charges will be filed in the death of a Bismarck man at a construction site in Dickinson.

DICKINSON, N.D. (AP) - No criminal charges will be filed in the death of a Bismarck man at a construction site in Dickinson.

The remains of 30-year-old Eric Haider were found last May, three years after he went missing at a work site where he had been working with a plumbing company.

Police say Haider was buried alive, and there was nothing suspicious in the autopsy report.

KXMB-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1PzTfSf ) that Stark County State's Attorney Tom Henning declined to file any charges, and the case is closed.




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