JAMESTOWN, N.D. – Three former employees have been charged with multiple offenses related to the theft of money and merchandise, estimated at $25,000, from County Market in Jamestown, according to a news release from the Jamestown Police Department.
A 22-year-old Fargo man who aided an armed home invasion in Moorhead by pretending he was delivering pizza to the apartment will avoid prison time and was sentenced to 10 years of supervised probation.
Authorities had hinted that Kyle Pederson was solely responsible for a string of December robberies that prompted an intense law enforcement dragnet, but not until Wednesday did they formally charge him with all eight stickups, as well as drug crimes.
By Archie Ingersoll, Forum Communications Co.
, January 07, 2010
5 other armed holdups in metro area recently GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Two businesses a few blocks apart on South Washington Street were robbed Sunday within minutes of each other, in both cases by an armed man wearing a ski mask, police said.
Stephen J. Lee, Forum Communications Co.
, December 21, 2009
Two Grand Forks businesses a few blocks apart on South Washington Street were robbed this afternoon, said a police spokeswoman. Taco Bell, 1301 S. Washington, and Budget Music, 716 S. Washington St., were hit.
Video evidence, items found near apartment complex help police in Moorhead case
A person dressed as a pizza delivery person may have been among the perpetrators of a home invasion/robbery in south Moorhead Nov. 8 that briefly caused a lockdown at Minnesota State University Moorhead, court records show.
Police: Another worker was followed night before
A woman who made a nighttime bank deposit for Kentucky Fried Chicken in West Fargo was followed home by a stranger Wednesday night – the night before another employee was robbed at gunpoint while making a similar deposit, police say.
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