- Report: #1108416
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Complaint Review: James Henriksen
James Henriksen233 N Main St Watford City, Select State/Province USA
James Henriksen James henricksen, James Henrikson, BLACKWELL LLC, Blackstone, Blackstone Crude LLC, Bridgewater Energy LLC, Sarah C BEWARE OF DANGEROUS FELONS AND THIEVES IN NORTH DAKOTA! BRIDGEWATER ENERGY llc, Blackstone Crude LLC, Blackwell LLC, James Henriksen, James Henricksen, Sarah Craveling, Robert Deleo Watford City North Dakota
James was born in 1979. He dropped out of school in 11th grade. He married his girlfriend, Cassie Henrikson, after she became pregnant. They lived in Deschutes County, Oregon where James started a contractor business. James got involved with drugs, specifically using steroids, and became abusive. This led to their divorce in 2000. During their divorce, James and Cassie owned a boat. James took the boat out on the lake and intentionally sunk the boat. He then filed an insurance claim on the boat but the insurance company determined that it was sunk intentionally and the claim was denied. James was ordered by the court to pay full restitution for the boat (Exhibit 1)
James was charged with Rape in the First Degree and Sexual Assault in the First Degree for raping his ex-wife Cassie Henrikson. [continued below]....
..... He was also charged with Assault in the 4th Degree, Criminal Trespass, Sexual Abuse 1, Burglary 1, Sexual Abuse II and Assault IV. He was arrested on June 29, 2000, but released on bond (Exhibit II)
James intimidated ex-wife Cassie and is arrested for Violation of Restraining Order (Exhibit IV Mugshot).
James intimidated ex-wife Cassie and is again arrested for Violation of Release Agreement (Exhibit V Mugshot).
James is arrested for Violation of Restraining Order and Contempt of Court (Exhibit VI Mugshot).
James is arrested for Furnishing Alcohol To Minors (Exhibit VII Mugshot).
James attacked ex-wife Cassie. He is arrested for Violation of Release Agreement, Assault in the Fourth Degree, Contempt of Court, Violation of Restraining Order, Attempted Assault II, Unlawful Use of a Weapon and Rape I (Exhibit VIII Mugshot).
James is arrested for Assault in the Fourth Degree and Contempt of Court (Exhibit IX).
James is arrested for Aggravated Theft in the 1st Degree, Theft 1 and PV Probation Violation (Exhibit X Mugshot).
James' Contractor License in Bend, Oregon is revoked for Felony Convictions (Exhibit XI).
July 13 -
James violated a restraining order and "menaced" Cassie Henrikson, his first wife, ten (11) separate times that she reported to police. James eventually threatened and intimidated her enough that she dropped the rape/sexual assault charges and went into hiding with their daughter. James has never paid child support (Exhibit XII.Violation of Restraining order).
James is arrested for Tampering with Physical Evidence, Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Attempted Theft II, 13 counts of Contempt of Court/Violation of Restraining Order, 3 counts of Theft I, Attempted Assault II, Attempted Theft I, Probation Violation, Burglary II, and Fraudulently Obtaining a Signature (Exhibit XIII & XVI).
James was recently released from jail, but violated probation twice and was sent to a six day prison sanction. Upon release James attempted to burglarize a home. The police responded and positively identified both the vehicle involved with the crime and James Henrikson. James attempted to elude police, resulting in a high speed chase through the city, a hit and run and other property damage. James was arrested. The PPO reported "Henrickson just recently got out of jail...Mr. Henrickson appears to have returned to his criminal behavior. It would appear that Mr. Henrickson has made the decision to return to jail."
James was charged with Attempted Assault II, 3 counts of Theft I, Burglery II, Attempted Theft I, Obtaining a Fraudulent Signature, 2 counts of Fleeing or Attempting to Elude a Police Officer, 5 counts of Probation Violation, Reckless Driving, Disorderly Conduct in the Second Degree, Failure to Perform Duties of a Driver Involved in an Accident (Exhibits XV & XVI).
2004 - 2007
James moved to Kennewik County, Washington where he married his second wife, Stacie Henrikson. Together they started several construction companies, all of which were filed under Stacie's name in order to hide James' criminal background (remember, his contractor's license was revoked in Oregon for committing a felony.) Those companies included:
- Greystone Masonry, LLC 5/27/2005
- Greystone Development Group, LLC 1/16/2006
- West Coast Cranes, LLC 01/01/2007
- Extreme Speed Race Team, LLC 01/03/2007
- Greystone Granite & Marble, LLC 4/25/2007
- GH Builders, LLC 11/05/2007
In 2007 James began making plans to leave Stacie. He started hiding company profits from Stacie and his creditors. He also stopped paying vendors, accumulating a large debt.
Jan 28, 2008 - James and Stacie Henrikson filed Bankruptcy (Case #08-00280).
James' businesses were failing so he cheated his vendors, stole from the companies and his wife and hid the money away. He and his wife filed bankruptcy but the court denied the bankruptcy because the creditors demonstrated that James had the money to pay the debts. James filed for divorce and abandoned his wife leaving her with a tremendous debt.
James again attempted Insurance Fraud. Similar to destroying his boat with his first wife, James intentionally drove his semi-truck through his house, destroying both. He claimed the brakes failed and filed for insurance on both the truck and the home. The insurance company determined that the destruction was not a result of mechanical failure and denied the claim.
James is arrested for Conspiracy; Breaking and Entering/Felony and Theft I (Exhibit XVII & Exhibit XVIII).
James is arrested for Driving Without a License 3rd degree (Exhibit XIX).
James is arrested for Unlawful Manufacture of Marijuana;
James was charged with
James worked out a plea deal and plead guilty to Manufacturing Marijuana in exchange for dropping the other charges (Exhibit XXI 2010 Guilty Plea to Marijuana).
James also signed a Waiver of Extradition (Exhibit XXII 2010 Waiver of Extradition).
Bench Warrant was issued for James Henrikson for a Violation of Probation and he is briefly returned to jail (Exhibit XXIII to 2010 Warrant for Probation Violation).
James is arrested Violation of Release and Driving Without a License in the 3rd Degree and returned to jail (Exhibit XXIV to 2010 Whatcom County Arrest).
Feb 2, 2011: James was released from jail and sentenced to 24 months probation for the charge of Manufacturing Marijuana (refer to 2010 Probation Guidelines for Marijuana). James and his girlfriend, Sarah Creveling, moved to Texas and began using the alias spelling of his name: James Henricksen.
February 23, 2011: James started Blackstone Building Group, LLC (the company was put under Sarah Creveling's name to hide James' involvement because of his criminal history and to hide from creditors).
May, 2011: James attempted to start a Drug Manufacturing operation while in Texas. He purchased a pill making machine attempted to purchased chemicals to make Oxycoton from Chemnet.com. He placed purchase inquiries under the business name Icon Global (refer to 2011 Chemnet.com purchase orders). Rumors claim James and his friends were forced out of this business by the Mexican cartel after two of James' partners were killed.
July 13, 2011: Blackstone Building Group, LLC assumed the DBA: Blackstone LLC (this company was also put under Sarah Creveling's name).
August 2011: James Henrikson and Sarah Creveling moved to North Dakota and were married. They start a trucking company, paid for by several investors.
November 2011: James starts Blackwell Oil Services, LLC and Blackstone Crude, LLC (these companies were also put under Sarah Creveling's name). It is rumored that James embezzled money from Blackstone to start these companies and hid their existence from his investors. According to inside sources, two investors recently filed lawsuits against James and Sarah.
January 2012: Blackstone entered into a partnership with tribal chairman Tex Hall and his company Maheshu.
Feb 22, 2012: Blackstone Employee Kristopher D. Clarke, Nickname-K.C., disappeared after an argument with James. KC was a long-term friend of James and may have been involved with James in the Texas drug manufacturing operation. KC decided to quit working for Blackstone and was leaving to work for another company, and was taking Blackstone's with him. KC was last seen in an argument with James at the Blackstone office building. Though James was temporarily a suspect and was questioned by BCI Special Agent Steve Gutknecht, he refused to take a lie detector test. Currently, there is no concrete evidence linking James to KC's disappearance (refer to 2011 KC Missing).
March 15, 2012: James' PPO, unaware of his recent criminal activity, recommended Early Termination of Probation, which is approved (refer to 2012 Probation Early Release).
May 2012: Blackstone Cheats Truck Drivers. Numerous vendors complain they are not getting paid by Blackstone for work performed. Lawsuits are threatened by many vendors. Many truck drivers do not get paid and quit. It is believed that Blackstone withheld more than $100,000 from drivers and investors during this time period.
June 2012: James hires Convicted Murderer and former inmate Robert Delao. Delao was convicted and served time in the Deschutes county jail for the double murder of two rival gang members. Delao turned state's evidence against his former gang members and is likely hiding from them in North Dakota.
July 2012: Blackstone Partner Ryan Olness and Blackstone employee Elliot Carney fled North Dakota. James owed Ryan more than $250,000, but Ryan was afraid of James and refused to try to recover the money.
Spring 2013: James closes Blackstone and Tex Hall terminated their business relationship. James continued to solicit work from WPX, XTO and others under other company names.
July 17, 2013: The company Bridgewater Energy, LLC is created in Spokane, Washington and registered to Douglas J. Carlile at 2505 S. Garfield Road, Spokane, Washington.
August 15, 2013: Bridgewater Energy, LLC is created in North Dakota and registered to Koch, Johnson & Co. at 233 N. Main St., Watford City, ND. Koch, Johnson & Co. is owned by Rene Johnson, accountant and personal friend to James Henrikson and Sarah Creveling. It was created as a front company to allow James to continue operating his trucking company in ND.
September - December 2013: James Henrikson is seen by multiple witnesses driving a Bridgewater Energy, LLC truck on the Fort Berthold Reservation employed by WPX.
December 2013: Douglas Carlile, registered agent for Bridgewater Energy, LLC in Washington has a dispute over his business dealings in North Dakota.
December 15, 2013: An intruder broke into the home of Douglas Carlile at 2505 S. Garfield Road, and killed the home owner (Douglas Carlile?/the police have not yet released the name of the deceased) in what the police are calling a "targeted" killing which may be "linked to a business dispute involving the victim's dealings in North Dakota."
Please beware of James Henrikson and Sarah Creveling. They should be considered extremely dangerous!
If you have knowledge of any crimes committed by James Henriksen, Sarah Creveling, Robert Delao or anyone from Blackstone, please contact BCI Special Agent Steve Gutknecht at 701-774-4310 to report the crime.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS!!!!! (These are not mine originally, they were from someone else's report, but they support my claims!)
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