WOMAN TO PRISON FOR GUN ASSAULT
Mandan, N. D., Dec. 19.—Julian Roll, aged 61, the oldest woman prisoner ever listed upon the convict record at the state penitentiary was here today in the custody of a deputy sheriff enroute to Bismarck to begin a sentence of one year imposed on her by Judge Frank T. Lembke, following a trial in the district court at Mott.
Mrs. Roll was convicted of "assault with a dangerous weapon with intent to commit great bodily harm." An altercation between the Roll family and that of E. Meier reached a climax when Meier and his sons started cutting wheat in a field which both parties claimed. Mrs. Roll produced a revolver and shot Meier, the bullet entering his head near the right eye. He recovered.
Ward County Independent, 12/22/1921