Craig Cobb, the notorious white supremacist who made national news after his move to Leith, North Dakota, is now off probation.

The Bismarck Tribune reports that Mr. Cobb's four-year probation period, imposed for "terrorizing" in 2015, expired the end of April.

Mr. has reportedly been living in Sherwood in Renville County, ND near the Canadian border since 2014.

A spokes,am for North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says Mr. Cobb is no longer part of their "caseload," and his GPS has been deactivated.

Craig Cobb made national news in 2013 when re relocated to the town of Leith, North Dakota with the publicized intention of turning the town into an enclave for the white-supremacist community.

In November of 2013 Mr, Cobb and an associate were arrested and charged with terrorizing, following an "armed patrol" through Leith. His sentence included four years of probation.

It is not publicly known what Mr. Cobb's plans are the future. He's keeping a very low profile at this time. The Department of Corrections spokesperson says she hopes things will remain that way.

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