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Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
  • NDSU linebacker, Beck, pleads guilty

  • North Dakota State University starting linebacker Travis Beck pleaded guilty Monday to resisting arrest charges in Cass County Court, a move his attorney said was designed to allow him to put this summer’s legal woes behind him without a trial interfering with the Bison football season.
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  • North Dakota State University starting linebacker Travis Beck pleaded guilty Monday to resisting arrest charges in Cass County Court, a move his attorney said was designed to allow him to put this summer’s legal woes behind him without a trial interfering with the Bison football season.
    In a surveillance video, Beck can be seen walking away from arresting officers responding to the fight. The video also seems to show Beck may have acted in self-defense against the other man in the fight, Matthew Aanenson, who police found lying unconscious in a nearby downtown parking lot.
    The video evidence pulled from city surveillance cameras and local businesses led prosecutors to drop more serious felony aggravated assault charges against Beck.
    The resisting charge is a B misdemeanor. Beck was sentenced to 10 days in jail, with all time suspended, and 360 days unsupervised probation, plus a $225 fee.
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