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NDSCS Police: Sadek Investigation "Not a High Priority Item"

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    The autopsy of Andrew Sadek was supposed to be finished by now but officials say it's pushed back until at least next week. Sadek's body was found in the Red River near Wahpeton on June 29th. He was missing for more than two months.
    In a blunt and candid interview with Valley News Live today, the North Dakota State College of Science police sergeant Steve Helgeson surprisingly said, "this is not a high priority item," referencing the investigation. Keep in mind, the college police agency is supposed to be the lead agency in charge of the investigation. The autopsy was supposed to take five weeks at the most.
    The college sought to do damage control late in the day by issuing a statement in response to what Helgeson said. The Executive Director of College Relations and Marketing sent out a statement saying, "The Andrew Sadek case has been and will continue to be a top priority for NDSCS and campus police. We are anxiously awaiting the results of the final autopsy report, along with many other individuals."
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