Darren Dyke

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Investigator - Minot Police Department

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According to testimony by Darren Dyke, an investigator with the Minot Police Department, Stewart was pulled over for speeding by McLean County Sheriff's Deputy Curtis Olson on March 17.
Under questioning by the defense, Dyke testified that the passenger said Stewart told her they were going to Bismarck because it was the end of the world and Stewart seemed suicidal. Dyke testified that Stewart also admitted to placing her hands around the baby's neck and choking her or strangling her until the child died. Dyke testified that Stewart claimed during the interview to have been raped by her brother and later by her husband. Dyke testified that Stewart appeared calm and was "well spoken" when he interviewed her on March 17 at the hospital.

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According to a deposition from Darren Dyke of the Minot Police Department, police arrived at a home in the Golden Nugget mobile home park on 31st Street Southeast to check out a report of assault.
Upon their arrival they encountered Lemar's girlfriend, who was "bleeding profusely" from a large cut on her forehead and also had "severe bruising to her nasal region" and her nose appeared to be severely disfigured.

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Darren Dyke of the Minot Police Department that they heard some noises from below at about 2:30 a.m., which would have been a full hour and a half after the rowdiness following the nightly closure of local bars.
About $35 in quarters and dimes was stolen from the Deli at the Fair, said Dyke.

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