- Report: #1115904
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Complaint Review: James Henrikson
James Henrikson505 17th Ave NE, Watford City, Select State/Province USA
James Henrikson , Sarah Creveling, Kingdom Dynamics Enterprises, Bridgewater Energy JAMES HENRIKSON MURDERER Watford City North Dakota
*Author of original report: Sarah Creveling Charged with Fraud, Money Laundering
*Author of original report: Henrikson Convicted of Murder for Hire
*Author of original report: James Henrikson ARRESTED
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MURDERER OF DOUGLAS CARLILE ARRESTED:
JAMES HENRIKSON IMPLICATED
The following information was taken directly from the STATE OF WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF SPOKANE "STATEMENT OF INVESTIGATING OFFICER AFFIDAVIT OF FACTS"
The following evidence will show:
- That Timothy E. Suckow, in a premeditated manner, entered the home of Douglas Carlile, targeted him and murdered him. [continued below]....
Suspect Timothy E. Suckow was arrested on January 14, 2014 for the premeditated murder of Douglas Carlile at his home at 2505 S. Garfield Rd., Spokane, Washington. Suckow's arrest implicates James T. Henriksen in the murder!
In Spring 2012 James Henrikson was banned from the Fort Berthold Reservation for theft and fraud (it is estimated he stole several million dollars from drivers, investors and his business partner, Tribal Chairman Tex Hall.
When James Henrikson needed to hide his identity he partnered with Doug Carlile, John Wark and Bill Curtiss to start Kingdom Dynamics Enterprises, (an oilfield development company owning mineral rights to 640 acres on the MHA Nations Reservation sometime early 2013) and then later Bridgewater Energy (a trucking company started in July 2013). Investors included Rene Johnson, Douglas Helton, James Henrikson and James' wife Sarah Creveling. Kingdom Dynamics Enterprises was owned by Carlile, Wark and Curtiss in order to keep James Henrikson's name off official records. James was to be paid $1.2 million once the oil field started producing.
Helton invested nearly $1 million and was suppose to have his money back within 7 months, but was never paid. He had sever disputes with James Henrikson where Henrikson threatened him. Helton had plans to file a law suit in 2014.
In late August or early September 2013, James Henrikson showed up at Skyler Carlile's office (son of Doug Carlile) and demanded $400,000. James Henrikson told Skyler they were in business with some "very bad people" and if Skyler did not give Henrikson the money "Something bad could happen to me and my family." Skyler told Henrikson to leave by was concerned over the threats.
Mid-September 2013 James Henrikson began using the alias Cole Johnson. James Henrikson had a falling out with tribal chairman Tex Hall when Chairman hall launched an investigation against James Henrikson for defrauding Chairman Hall's company out of millions of dollars. According to sources, in mid-September James Henrikson approached Eric Guerrero and asked him if he knew someone who would kill Tex Hall. In an interview with Detective Burbridge, Guerrero denied that James Henrikson ever asked him to find someone to kill anyone. Guerrero refused to cooperate further.
Bridgewater Energy employee Daniel Sowers worked for James Henrikson and Doug Carlile. He James repeatedly threatened Carlile with violence saying he owed him large amounts of money. Sowers said at some point in late September or early October he was in James Henrikson's house and saw Carlile's complete name written over and over as if someone was practicing signing Carlile's name (James Henrikson had been previously arrested for forging signatures.) Sowers claims James Henrikson owes him $6,000 for work completed but James Henrikson refuses to pay him.
However, Carlile was having difficulty finding an investor to purchase the remaining land and begin drilling. The relationship between James Henrikson and Doug Carlile began to get very bad, with Henrikson continually threatening Carlile. In November 2013, Carlile began talking with oil investor Stan Dedmon in an effort buy out James Henrikson, John Wark, Bill Curtiss and Doug Helton in exchange for 55% of Kingdom Dynamics. This infuriated Henrikson. Carlile told his son Shane Carlile he had an investor to buy James Henrikson out, but James Henrikson was not happy. Shane's brother Seth loaned their dad Doug a gun.
In mid-November 2013 James Henrikson approached business man Larry Tormozov. James Henrikson said they were going to lose their lease on the land if they could not come up with another $400,000. Tormozov and other investor refused to be involved in the project if Carlile was involved as Carlile had a reputation for dishonesty and owed one man $500,000. Tormozov told Henrikson if he could get Carlile out of Kingdom Dynamics, he would speak with the other investor - Pamp Maier. James Henrikson attempted to buy out Doug Carlile but failed. James Henrikson told Tormozov he did not know what else to do.
In early December 2013 Carlile feared for his life and told his sons if something happened to him James Henrikson was responsible. Carlile told son Skyler Carlile "If I disappear or wake up with bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it."
On December 15, 2013 the Carliles returned home around 7pm to find an armed intruder in their home. Mrs. Carlile ran upstaris to call the police while the intruder, who was wearing all black, black gloves and a black mask shot Doug Carlile multiple times, killing him.
Officer S. Wheeler responded to a report of shots fired. Upon arrival found Doug Carlile deceased on the kitchen floor. Seven .45 caliber casings were recovered in the kitchen area. A search of the property revealed a fresh shoe print in mud and a dry leather glove. Neighbors saw a white extended van in the area operated by a white, bald man with a muscular build. The van was discovered and positively identified by witnesses.
James Henrikson was contacted at 10:09pm on the night of Dough Carlile's death. Henrikson admitted to the partnership and to being very angry with Carlile for not paying people. James Henrikson denied ever threatening Carlile or killing Carlile and did not know why someone would want to kill Carlile. Henrikson claimed Carlile owned him $1.88 million.
A search warrant was issued on Timothy Suckow's 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe. Detective Barrington discovered a list or "operations plan" in the center console of the vehicle. The list contained the following items: Gloves, badge, trench coat, two boots, LED light cap, radios with mics, window tinker, wheel man (written next to the words wheel man was "show scenic tour Google Earth", check van for scheduling/magnetic signs, wipe tools down, practice with pistol. Detective Barrington also found a black Balaclava (mask) in the vehicle.
Detective Burbridge searched Timothy Suckow's phone incident to a search warrant. Listed in Suckow's phone contacts was the name "James ND." The phone number listed was James Henrikson's phone number.
DNA Scientists for the Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory recovered DNA evidence from the leather glove left at the crime scene. The DNA is a match for arrested suspect Timothy Suckow.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/15/2014 08:55 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/James-Henrikson/Watford-City-Select-StateProvince-58854/James-Henrikson-Sarah-Creveling-Kingdom-Dynamics-Enterprises-Bridgewater-Energy-JAMES-1115904. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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