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MOORHEAD—A Dilworth woman is charged in Clay County District Court with first-degree arson for allegedly starting a fire that damaged an apartment here in early June. The charge relates to to a blaze that damaged an apartment at 404 1st Ave N.W. in Dilworth on June 2. According to court documents, authorities linked Kimberly J. Littleghost, 40, to the fire after investigators watched surveillance video from the morning of the fire that showed Littleghost buzzing the outside door of the apartment building until someone eventually buzzed her in.
FARGO—A case of suspected car prowling in south Fargo Thursday morning, July 28, is a reminder to area residents that while the problem is a common one, there are ways to minimize chances of being victimized, Fargo police say. The latest incident occurred about 1:25 a.m. Thursday, when police spotted a man suspected of pilfering from a vehicle in the area of Hackberry Drive and 35th Avenue South and gave chase. The subject was not apprehended, but police believe they know the person's identity, said Fargo Police Sgt. Tom Morris.
MOORHEAD—A Parkers Prairie, Minn., man pleaded guilty on Thursday, July 28, to stealing about $1,000 worth of items from the Dilworth Wal-Mart in June. Cody A. Church, 29, testified during a plea hearing in Clay County District Court that he filled a shopping cart with items and attempted to leave the Wal-Mart store without paying for them. He described the items as "Kids' stuff, baby stuff." Court documents state that when Cody was arrested in June he told the arresting officer that he had recently been released from prison and was on parole.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. -- An 11-year-old was driving an all-terrain vehicle with eight child passengers in Becker County Tuesday evening, July 26, when the vehicle overturned, injuring all nine children,...
MOORHEAD—A Fargo man faces a potential sentence of 50 years in prison after a Clay County District Court jury found him guilty on Tuesday, July 26, of six counts of attempted second-degree murder stemming from a shooting at a Dilworth apartment last Halloween. The jury determined Lloyd D. Johnson, 25, was among a group of people who tried to force their way into an apartment at 202 5th St. N.W., in Dilworth, before shooting into the home.
FARGO -- A quick-working bandit swiped memorabilia from the Roger Maris Museum inside West Acres mall Tuesday morning, July 26, including a jewel-encrusted belt Maris won as the country’s best...
FARGO—A Mapleton man who originally faced more serious charges stemming from an alleged sexual assault in January pleaded guilty Monday, July 25, to one count of terrorizing, ordered to serve a sentence that could wipe the conviction from his record. After the charges were filed in Cass County District Court on Feb. 1, Assistant Cass County State's Attorney Mark Boening said he couldn't remember many cases "quite as horrific" as the allegations against Timothy Sola.
FARGO—A man initially charged with robbing the Flying J gas station in Fargo in April pleaded guilty to a lesser charge Monday, July 25, in Cass County District Court. Jeremiah Jackson, 38, pleaded guilty to one count of terrorizing in connection with the April 4 incident in which, according to information provided in the courtroom Monday, he entered the store, indicated that he had a gun and demanded a slice of pizza.
FARGO—Two juveniles may face charges in juvenile court following an incident at the skate park at Dike West in Fargo, Deputy Fargo Police Chief Joe Anderson said Monday, July 25. Anderson said the incident occurred around 11 p.m., Sunday evening, July 24. He said two youths have been referred to juvenile court on possible charges of carrying/discharging of a dangerous weapon; carrying a concealed weapon; criminal mischief and violation of park hours. Anderson said it is suspected the two used a pellet gun to shoot at Park District signs.
MOORHEAD—A Moorhead woman faces 12 counts of child neglect after a Moorhead swimming pool worker called police to report that a group of children there were being cared for by a woman who appeared to be heavily intoxicated. According to a complaint filed in Clay County District Court: Police were dispatched to the Romkey Park pool about 7:40 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12. When officers arrived, a pool employee helped them find a woman identified in the complaint as Chelsea M. Gapp, 22.