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Burlington Arrest Update

Burlington Arrest Update

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We have more information regarding an arrest in Burlington Saturday morning.

Police were in pursuit of a man who had a warrant out for his arrest.

That man was 44-year old Paul Duller wanted because of a parole violation from the North Dakota State Penitentiary.

He was stopped Friday night by Burlington police and fled the scene, eventually crashing his car near the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch.

Authorities put out a reverse 911 call for anyone in the areas west of Minot to Burlington.

Saturday morning he was seen by a citizen, which led to his arrest.

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