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Bismarck man arrested near Jamestown

A Bismarck man was arrested Saturday evening in Jamestown after his vehicle was stopped on suspicion of an armed robbery in Valley City, according to Lt. Justin Blinsky with the Jamestown Police Department.

A Bismarck man was arrested Saturday evening  in Jamestown after his vehicle was stopped on suspicion of an armed robbery in Valley City, according to Lt. Justin Blinsky with the Jamestown Police Department.

Blinsky said the police department was alerted about Mark Holland, 54, Bismarck, possibly heading west from Valley City after an altercation that may have included an armed robbery. Holland was believed to be armed with a rifle and handgun, he said.

JPD officers spotted the vehicle traveling west on Old Highway 10. The vehicle then turned south on 86th Avenue Southeast and then into a farm yard where officers apprehended the suspect. No weapons were found in the vehicle.

Holland was arrested on driving under suspension and suspicion of driving under the influence, Blinsky said. He said the Valley City Police Department is still investigating the alleged armed robbery.

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