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Bond Set for Man Facing 17 Felonies

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Bond was reduced today for a Minot man facing 17 felonies.

19-year-old Nicholas Thiel is being held in the Ward County Jail for 12 Class C felonies for promoting obscenity to minors as well as terrorizing, promoting an obscene performance by a minor and luring minors by computer.

A $50,000 cash bond had been set.

Today the bond was reduced to $35,000 through a bondsman or ten percent of a $100,000 bond.

If bond is granted, Thiel will not be allowed to use any electronic devices and cannot make contact with minors.

Thiel was arrested on May first following a Minot Police Department online investigation that began in January.

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