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Seeking reimbursement for the loader, Schrum filed a claim with the North Dakota Office of Management and Budget, but it was rejected.He filed his federal lawsuit in August, alleging that Rummel violated his constitutional rights when the BCI destroyed the door to his shop, disabled a security camera, seized the payloader and transported it out of state.
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A cash settlement has been reached in a federal lawsuit that accused BCI agent Arnie Rummel of unjustly seizing Darrell Schrum's payloader and giving it away, lawyers for Schrum said Monday, Jan. Schrum's attorneys, Mark Friese and Neil Roesler, said they expect their client to receive ,000 from the state, an amount that includes ,000 in attorney fees. Magistrate Judge Alice Senechal that closing documents would soon be filed in the suit now that there was a resolution, according to court records.
Roesler said Rummell and the state could have settled the case for as little as ,000 had they done so earlier. As of Monday, closing documents had not been filed, and the judge had not given final approval of the settlement.
Meanwhile, Schrum maintained that he was an innocent buyer.
Dickey County District Judge Daniel Narum found Rummel in contempt in November 2014 and fined him 0 for failing to turn over the loader to the court.
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