Grand Forks mom accused of starting house fire with hot meth pipes pleads not guilty
GRAND FORKS, N.D. - A mother charged in connection with a fire that gutted the duplex here she and her children lived in pleaded not guilty Monday.
Roxanne Halvorson, 38, is charged with being an accomplice to making methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangerment of children.
Halvorson is alleged to have allowed her nephew, Derik Ostlund, and his acquaintance, Candy Reed, to cook and smoke meth in a bedroom in her apartment on North Third Street.
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