BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- A white supremacist who tried unsuccessfully to turn the small North Dakota town of Leith into an all-white enclave has returned his property to the city.
Mayor Ryan Schock says Craig Cobb deeded his six remaining lots back to the city at no charge. The mayor calls it ''a huge relief.''
Cobb awaits sentencing on a charge of terrorizing residents by carrying out armed patrols in mid-November.
Schock says Cobb sold three properties to a resident of nearby Carson who plans to use a house for storage.
Cobb earlier gave properties to white separatist Tom Metzger, National Socialist Movement Commander Jeff Schoep and white supremacist Alex Linder. Metzger says he has no plans to return his property. Schoep and Linder didn't immediately return calls.