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One of Cobb's Terrorizing Charges is Dismissed

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One of Craig Cobb's seven counts of terrorizing is dropped.

Cobb was charged with 7 counts of terrorizing after he and Kynan Dutton walked through Leith, ND holding long-barrel guns.

Grant County State's Attorney Todd Schwarz filed the Motion to Dismiss Count 2.

The charge relates to Greg Bruce, creator of LeithND.com.

In it Schwarz says Bruce told a Grant County Deputy "he had no fear that Cobb was going to cause him any injury."

"At the time I never said that I was not afraid when Cobb was coming at myself and Lee Cook. I never said that. I have said it afterwards that Craig Cobb and Dutton really don't bother me. They don't scare me, but I didn't say that at the actual event of the terrorizing. I never said that so that's incorrect," Bruce said.

Bruce says he thinks Schwarz moved to dismiss the charge because he's upset about the articles Bruce has been publishing.

Bruce would like the case to go to trial. Schwarz has said he is considering a plea agreement.

Cobb's felony jury trial is set for July 15th.

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