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MISSING PERSONS

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Police are seeking the public's help in finding Blayson Dolney, a 16-year-old last seen in south Fargo at about 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1.
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Jaden Woodworth describes his memories of his mother, and tells how police claims drove a wedge between him and his father -- and how Dakota Spotlight's debunking of those claims might help reconnect them.
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In the latest episode of the Dakota Spotlight podcast, host James Wolner tracks down and speaks with Tony Hulm about Michele 'Shelly' Julson, her life and her mysterious disappearance. Hulm provides details that illuminate further what Shelly was doing around the time she disappeared.
Radar tracks put Michael Bratlie, an experienced military and commercial pilot, just past Two Harbors, Minnesota, in his two-engine plane. There the flight path ended, drawing exhaustive searches of Lake Superior and the thick woods and rugged terrain on shore.
Daisy Dockter was found safely Thursday morning.
Rayven Maxwell, 14, has been reported missing by the Fargo Police Department. She was last seen at approximately 6:45 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 18, running from her home at the 1000 block of Eighth Avenue South in Fargo.

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Wes and Linda Julson haven't yet given up on the hope of finding their daughter, Michele "Shelly" Julson, who went missing from Bismarck on Aug. 2, 1994, they tell the Dakota Spotlight podcast, which is reinvestigating the cold case aided by the police file on Shelly's disappearance.
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In this episode of Dakota Spotlight, retired Bismarck Police Detective Bill Connor speaks frankly about the details of the case, still sharp in his memory, and his encounters with those connected to Michele "Shelly" Julson as he re-investigated the case from 2005 to 2010.
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Brian Guimond is among a league of parents and family members who have sat in the dark for decades, questioning whether there should be more transparency into missing persons and cold case investigations.

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