Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Kristopher Clark, 30, originally of Washington and more lately of Texas, has been missing since February 22, 2012. Clark was last seen at Blackstone Trucking, of Mandaree, a business managed by Sarah Creveling and James Henrickson on property owned by Tex Hall. He had worked for Blackstone Trucking since October of 2011, but had left the company to work for Running Horse Trucking.
On the day K.C. disappeared, he had gone to turn in a company credit card at the company he had worked for, Blackstone trucking, and had called a business associate and his best friend. While talking to his friend K.C. said that he was going to stop and get some gas and then call his friend right back. That was the last anyone heard from K.C. He never called his friend back.
His truck was found in Williston ND nearly four months later. There has been no contact with anyone, cell phone or bank activity, sightings of K.C. since 2/22/2012.
James Henrikson was convicted of ordering the deaths of Spokane businessman Doug Carlile and Kristopher Clarke. Henrikson was accused of hiring Timothy Suckow to kill them. Suckow has pleaded guilty. Clarke was bludgeoned at Henrikson’s truck shop near Watford City. Suckow struck Clarke four times in the back of the head with a floor jack handle. Suckow said Henrikson was nearby during the violent attack and did nothing to stop it, then paid Suckow $20,000 for the killing.
Clarke was buried in a shallow grave on state park land south of Williston, Suckow said. Authorities have not recovered Clarke’s remains, despite Suckow showing them where he believed the body was buried. It is suspected that Henrikson returned alone later to move it so that his accomplices couldn’t use it against him.
Henrikson ordered the deaths of the two men, who he believed stood in the way of his business interests in the oil fields of North Dakota. Henrikson ordered Suckow to kill Clarke because he believed the 29-year-old was planning to leave his employment and was planning to start a competing trucking business.
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