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FARGO—Lori Jamison heard trucks roaring past outside and started to get worried as her cries for help echoed off the inside of the storage locker and in her ears. That was a week ago Tuesday, she thinks. It was hard to keep track of time when she was stuck in her storage unit for days last week. Jamison, suffering from hypothermia and hearing the wind blow outside, kept calling for help.
MOORHEAD, Minn. — A West Fargo, N.D., man is accused in the gang-related beating of a Moorhead man just as it was being announced that a multiagency street crimes unit...
BREAKOUTS Fargo-Moorhead Gangs by the Numbers Street Crimes Unit 2 Fargo police officers 2 Cass County sheriff's deputies 1 West Fargo police officer 1 Clay County sheriff's deputy (tentative) Moorhead police will provide liaison, but will not have a full-time unit member. Major Gangs of the F-M area According to area law enforcement, here are the confirmed sizes of three local gangs.
FARGO -- Distracted driving was a factor in almost 60 percent of all crashes by teenager drivers, four times as often as police reports indicated, according to a new study based on in-vehicle video recordings. But that doesn't come as a surprise to law enforcement officials in our region. Police have known for years that drivers sometimes don't tell the whole truth about where their attention was directed right before a crash, said police Sgt.
FARGO -- The engineer of an oil tanker train that exploded after derailing near Casselton in 2013 is suing the railroad, claiming its negligence caused the fiery wreck that has left him with post post-traumatic stress disorder. Bryan Thompson of Fargo was operating the oil tanker train when an oncoming grain train derailed in his path just west of Casselton on Dec. 30, 2013, according to the lawsuit filed Tuesday in Cass County District Court. Thompson couldn't stop the oil tanker train in time.
Smartphone app Snapchat could provide information on college freshman's death FARGO — Police here wanted to know about the messages Tommy Bearson was exchanging through a popular smartphone app, a rare public glimpse at the investigation into killing of the North Dakota State University freshman. Bearson, an 18-year-old from Sartell, Minn., went missing after leaving a party just south of the NDSU campus in the early morning hours of Sept.
FARGO — Fargo police have searched the home of the parents of a man accused in the home invasion and knifepoint sexual assault of three North Dakota State University international students after he allegedly asked them to retrieve panties, a flash drive, some photos and a DVD hidden in his home. Stanley Joe Busche of Argusville was recorded on a Cass County Jail phone call to his parents Sunday telling them to search for items hidden in his home while his wife was away, according to a search warrant filed Thursday in Cass County District Court. During later calls, the elder Busch
FARGO — A federal appeals court judge has upheld a lower court's decision that requires the state of North Dakota to turn over millions of dollars in taxes to now-defunct Racing Services Inc., its owner Susan Bala and its creditors. RSI, solely owned by Bala, established a "simulcast" off-track betting system for horse racing that operated at various sites in North Dakota throughout the 1990s and early 2000s.
FARGO — A Davies High School student who was discovered along a road south of Fargo after he crashed the family car was driving too fast, North Dakota Highway Patrol officials said Wednesday. The Highway Patrol released its findings Wednesday on the crash that killed 17-year-old Sreejon Lala in late December.
FARGO -- A Fargo man has pleaded not guilty in connection with a case in which he's accused of driving a Zamboni while drunk during a high school hockey game. Steven James Anderson declined comment as he left Fargo Municipal Court on Thursday after entering his plea to Class B misdemeanor drunken-driving charges. The charges stem from a Feb.