BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- A white supremacist serving probation for terrorizing and menacing residents of his former North Dakota community says he has no plans to make waves in the town he now calls home.
Craig Cobb has bought a home in Sherwood and moved in. He says terms of his probation for his actions in Leith require him to either work or study, and he's considering taking university classes online.
Cobb says he won't try to turn Sherwood into an all-white enclave, which he unsuccessfully attempted in Leith. Sherwood is much larger, with about 260 people compared to Leith's two dozen.
Sherwood Mayor Garrett Volk and Police Chief Ross Carter say there have been no problems either with Cobb or with people who don't like his presence, and they don't expect any.