Park owner: Suspect didn’t attract attention

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MANDAN, N.D. (AP) — The owner of a mobile home park where a man arrested in the slayings four people in North Dakota lived says the suspect “never attracted any attention.”
    
Forty-four-year-old Chad Isaak is due in court Friday, a day after his arrest on suspicion of killing the business owner and three employees at the business that managed the mobile home park. Police say he shot and stabbed the victims, but they don’t yet have a motive for the slayings.
    
Rolf Eggers says he bought the mobile home park in Washburn last fall and Isaak “came with the park.” Eggers says that he didn’t know Isaak. He says neighbors never complained about him.
    
The mobile home park is in Washburn, about 35 miles (56 kilometers) from the Mandan management company, RJR Maintenance and Management.
    
Eggers says he hasn’t been contacted by law enforcement.
    
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A chiropractor suspected of killing four people at a property management business in North Dakota is due in court.
    
Forty-four-year-old Chad Isaak is jailed after his arrest Thursday on suspicion of killing the business owner and three employees in Mandan. Authorities say he shot and stabbed the victims.
    
Mandan Police Chief Jason Ziegler said authorities do not yet have a motive, but that Isaak lived on property managed by the company, RJR Maintenance and Management. Police found the bodies on Monday.
    
Isaak was expected to appear in court Friday afternoon. He’s not yet been formally charged.
    
He lives in Washburn, which is 35 miles (56 kilometers) north of Mandan.
 

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