Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.
Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.
The Bottineau County prosecutor and Sheriff’s Office did not return calls to the Herald by press time.
An affidavit of probable cause, which ordinarily details the allegations against the accused, was not filed with the district court as of Tuesday.
*No representation is made that the person listed here is currently on the state's offenders registry.
All names presented here were gathered at a past date.
BISMARCK – After North Dakota’s teacher licensing board voted Thursday to ask a former Bottineau High School science teacher charged with sex crimes involving minors to voluntarily surrender her license until the court matter is resolved, a board member questioned a lack of consistency in how it has handled similar cases. The corruption charge alleges that Deslauriers engaged in a sexual act in November with a 15-year-old boy. Bottineau Superintendent Jason Kersten said Deslauriers was placed on paid administrative leave Dec.
Two additional charges of sexual assault were filed Jan. All three charges are Class C felonies, each punishable by up to five years in prison. Bottineau County Sheriff Steve Watson and State’s Attorney Swain Benson could not immediately be reached for comment Thursday afternoon.
The sexual assault charges accuse her of having sexual contact with a 15-year-old boy – it’s unclear if it was the same boy from the corruption charge – between Oct. 14, and the school board accepted her resignation Dec. On Thursday, the state’s Education Standards and Practices Board voted 7-2 to invite Deslauriers to respond to the allegations against her and to ask her to voluntarily surrender her educator license, which expires Aug. A conviction on any one of the felony charges would result in an automatic license revocation.
Marissa Ashley Deslauriers was charged Tuesday with one count of corruption or solicitation of a minor, a Class C felony punishable by up to five years in prison, in Bottineau County District Court.
The Bottineau woman had an initial court hearing Tuesday morning, where District Judge Michael Sturdevant set her bond at ,000.