Burleigh County lieutenant deputy put on administrative leave

BURLEIGH COUNTY, N.D. - UPDATE (4:33 p.m.): KFYR-TV has obtained court documents of the restraining order against Lt. Casey Kapp.

Documents say a 39-year-old woman reported to the Bismarck Police Department and the Burleigh County Sheriff’s Department about Kapp’s actions.

The restraining order says Kapp and the woman went on a date. The woman says Kapp knew things about her that most people didn’t. The victim says Kapp joked about him profiling her.

Kapp is accused of messaging several people from the victims past and making threats. After a few days, the woman asked Kapp to stop contacting her, but he continued.

The woman says she was informed Kapp was placed on leave by the sheriff’s department and he went into work with alcohol on his breath. The woman says Kapp was taken home by a coworker and not checked for how much alcohol he had in his system.

Sheriff Kelly Leben says they have received a copy of the disorderly conduct restraining order and that will be reviewed as a part of the internal investigation.

ORIGINAL STORY: The Burleigh County Sheriff’s Office is investigating one of their lieutenants.

BCSD public information officer, Jim Hulm confirmed Friday that a Burleigh Morton Detention Center deputy is being investigated on internal policies.

Hulm says Deputy Lieutenant Casey Kapp was put on administrative leave on Wednesday.

Court records show a disorderly conduct restraining order was filed against Kapp Friday.

Hulm says he can’t confirm or deny if the internal investigation relates to the restraining order.

He says the investigation is not criminal, at this point.