BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- White supremacist Craig Cobb is pursuing a house in Sherwood, alarming people in the northern North Dakota community of about 260 people.
Town leader Allan Engh says the news has ''put people on edge.''
Cobb is serving four years of probation for terrorizing residents in the southern North Dakota town of Leith, which he unsuccessfully tried to turn into an all-white enclave.
Cobb late last week checked out of the Bismarck motel where he had been staying. Renville County officials say Cobb was at the courthouse Monday and paid about $1,000 to settle outstanding taxes and special assessments on a house in Sherwood. They say he also inquired about recording a deed for the property but did not immediately do so.