A Dickinson woman who was on the lam after stealing a man's truck at knifepoint has been sentenced to two years unsupervised probation.
Elizabeth Gawryluk was initially charged with felony terrorizing and theft in October 2017. On Monday, she pleaded guilty to misdemeanor counts of menacing and theft.
According to court records, Gawryluk disclosed she was homeless to a 60-year-old Bismarck man, who let her stay at his residence until she found a place.
More than a month later, she pointed a knife at the man, asked for his keys and left with his truck as the man called police. Police issued a warrant for her arrest.
In addition to probation, Gawryluk also must pay $325 in court fees.