Mahon reaches settlement

Byline: Chris Slone,

reporterned@countrymedia.net

The state of North Dakota and Dave Mahon have reached a settlement, resulting in the four charges against Mahon being suspended for 365 days – at which time, if Mahon has not committed a felony, misdemeanor or infraction, those charges are officially dropped.

“All my charges were dropped. I am moving on from this,” Mahon said in a written statement. “I have so much to be thankful for. My faith in God grows stronger every day. May God bless all of you.”

Mahon faced four drug-related charges, stemming from a search warrant executed at Mahon’s residence March 15, 2018 by the Bowman County Sheriff’s Office.

Mahon was charged with two counts of endangerment of a child or vulnerable adult, which is a class-C felony. He was also charged with one count of possession of drug paraphernalia, a class-B misdemeanor, and possession of a controlled substance, also a class-B misdemeanor.

Aaron Roseland, Adams County States Attorney, was unavailable for comment.