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FARGO—A Fargo man is charged with negligent homicide in the death of his wife, who according to court documents died after the two had a mutual huffing session that began late in the evening on Dec. 23. Brent S. Glarum is also charged in Cass County District Court with reckless endangerment and violating an order for protection stemming from the incident. According to court documents: Police and other emergency workers were called to the couple's home in north Fargo about 3 a.m. on Dec. 24 on a report of a woman who had overdosed on compressed air.
FARGO—Two people who had just purchased a batch of fireworks escaped with their lives Monday evening, June 27, after a spark ignited the fireworks and set the car they were riding in ablaze.
FARGO—The lawyer for a man charged with attempted murder in connection with an armed standoff at a West Fargo hotel in March said Tuesday, June 28, that he is exploring a possible resolution of the case with prosecutors. "We've got a ways to go," defense attorney Steven Mottinger told Cass County District Court Judge Douglas Herman during a court appearance for Jan-Michel Wangstad, who has pleaded not guilty to charges that include attempted murder, criminal mischief, terrorizing, and reckless endangerment.
MOORHEAD—AnneMarie Camp was murdered in early May 1997 and her body was found a few days later at a deserted farmstead near Sabin. Someone had shot her in the head, twice, and her throat was cut. She would have turned 42 this August. Her parents, Doug Camp and Kathy Forness, say birthdays are difficult. Also difficult, they say, was learning that Jamie Dennis-Gianakos, one of two people convicted in AnneMarie's death, was recently released from prison after serving about 16 years of a 25-year sentence.
ULEN, Minn.—A Ulen man was injured early Tuesday, June 28, near Ulen when his vehicle rolled over and he was thrown from the vehicle, according to the Clay County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office report said the incident happened shortly after 5 a.m. on County Road 34 about a mile east of Ulen. The driver was identified as Dillon Smith, 34. Smith was taken by air ambulance to an area hospital for treatment of his injuries, the report said.
FARGO— A 23-year-old Fargo man who was charged in Cass County District Court earlier this year with a long list of drug-related counts now faces charges in U.S. District Court. A six-count federal indictment accuses John M. Iten of conspiring to possess controlled substances resulting in serious bodily injury and other drug-related charges. One of the charges in the indictment states that the conspiracy involved the distribution of heroin that was connected to an overdose in Fargo on March 29 of this year which resulted in serious injury.
GLEN ULLIN, N.D.—A male driver was killed in a one-vehicle rollover that happened Thursday afternoon, June 23, on Interstate 94 about six miles west of Glen Ullin, according to a North Dakota Highway Patrol report. The man was driving an SUV when he lost control and the vehicle entered the ditch and rolled. The driver, whose identity has not been released, was ejected and pronounced dead at the scene, the report said. The crash, which happened about 4:15 p.m., Thursday, remains under investigation.
FARGO—An International Falls, Minn., man is accused of pulling up along side another vehicle on Interstate 94 and pointing a realistic-looking BB gun at the people inside it after both vehicles had to slow down coming through a construction zone in Moorhead. Luke K. Spilde, 20, is facing a Class C felony terrorizing charge in connection with the incident. A police report that is part of the court file in Cass County District Court gives this account of what happened:
FARGO—Mike Mitchell retired last week after 24 years with the Fargo Police Department, but he's not done working for the city. Now he's reporting for duty at the city's human resources department as Fargo's training and development coordinator. The job entails overseeing the training of all city employees, which is a natural fit for Mitchell, who as a lieutenant was in charge of training for the Police Department.
AITKIN, Minn. -- DNA matching a 10-year-old Lake Park girl killed in a hit-and-run earlier this month was found on a boat trailer driven by a Hastings man now charged...