BISMARCK,N.D. — A man who was serving a life judgment for killing four people at a North Dakota business in what authorities say was one of the state’s most horrible crimes has killed himself in prison, authorities said.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol said a dogface was called to the state prison in Bismarck at around 545p.m. on Sunday “ with respect to an tenant who had caused the tone- hindrance.” The dogface was told that Chad Isaak,48, had been taken by ambulance to a Bismarck sanitorium, where he was pronounced dead at 624p.m.
Isaak was serving four life rulings without the possibility of parole for the April 2019 killings of RJR conservation and operation proprietor Robert Fakler, 52; and workers Adam Fuehrer, 42; Bill Cobb, 50; and Lois Cobb, 45. The Cobbs were married. No rationale was given at the trial
The four were shot and picked inside the property operation company’s structure in Mandan.
Isaak was appealing to his persuasions.