Sahel is charged with terrorizing and gross sexual imposition in the 2013 case.
The case was transferred to adult court in January, a Cass County State's Attorney's Office employee said.
"I'd never been to a Wal-Mart before — they have oodles and oodles of stuff in there," said Iverson, dressed in a crisp new blue jeans and shirt purchased from the retail giant.
"It took me three hours to walk all the way around that place." Four decades after his 1969 conviction for strangling two women in Grand Forks, Iverson is among a growing number of senior parolees returning to communities nationwide. prison population has grown 500 percent to 1.5 million since the early 1970s, said Ryan King, a policy analyst with The Sentencing Project, a Washington-based group that supports criminal justice reform.
During the 40 years convicted murderer James Le Roy Iverson watched from his prison cell window, he saw a field transform from a nesting ground for geese to a Wal-Mart Supercenter site.