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Former DHS Early Childhood Services Administrator Jennifer Barry, 42, also is charged with felony conspiracy to tamper with physical evidence for allegedly directing an employee to delete email conversations about the case.

Barry denied giving that directive, according to an affidavit filed with the charges.

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BISMARCK – The head of North Dakota’s largest state agency is accused of conspiring to block an investigation into a child care provider whose license was expired when a 5-year-old girl under its care drowned last summer.

Department of Human Services Executive Director Marget “Maggie” Anderson, 48, was charged Friday in Mc Henry County District Court with conspiracy to obstruct a government function and with public servant refusing to perform a duty for allegedly allowing the facility to operate without a license and not notifying authorities.

Both are Class A misdemeanors punishable by up to a year in jail and $3,000 fine.

The same charges were filed against DHS attorneys Julie Leer, 52, and Jonathan Alm, 39, and Laurie Gotvaslee, 54, director of the North Central Human Service Center in Minot.

24 to interview Berg in person, Gotvaslee, the human service center’s director, told him they had received legal advice not to allow him to talk to Berg.

Gotvaslee later told Zachmeier that she had been on the phone with Leer and Anderson “and they didn’t want Alysha (Berg) talking,” the affidavit states.Reached by phone Wednesday, Gotvaslee said her attorney had advised her not to comment.However, when he questioned Berg by phone the next day about whether Kid Quarters was legally licensed on the day of the pool incident, she said it wasn’t and that she had backdated the license to June 2.Mc Henry County social worker Cheryl Johnson, who allegedly submitted an application to DHS on June 16 asking that the license be backdated to June 2, was charged in September with felony criminal conspiracy, felony tampering with public records and two misdemeanors.Her preliminary hearing was postponed last week at the prosecution’s request, and her attorney, Lloyd Suhr, said he expects she will enter not guilty pleas next month.When Zachmeier went to the Minot human service center on Aug.

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