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FARGO—Police here are investigating an incident that happened Thursday evening, April 28, in which a dog was attacked and killed by another dog. The attack happened about 8:40 p.m. in the 5500 block of Bishops Boulevard. According to Deputy Police Chief Joe Anderson, the victim's dog was leashed at the time and the attacking dog had gotten outside its owner's fence. The dog suspected in the attack was located and returned to its owner, Anderson said. Anderson said the incident remains under investigation.
FARGO - Two people face a variety of charges after police seized drugs during a bust earlier this week in the parking lot of a Fargo hotel. According to court...
FARGO—Two more people have been charged in Cass County District Court in connection with a drive-by shooting in north Fargo earlier this month. Katie B. Malaterre, 19, and Keivon McKinney, 20, both of Fargo, are each charged with one count of conspiracy to commit aggravated assault stemming from a shooting April 14 outside a home at 908 12th St. N. A minivan drove by that address about 4:10 p.m. and shots were fired from the van toward a man sitting on the front steps of the building, according to court papers..
FARGO—A man accused of attempted murder in connection with a police standoff on March 18 in West Fargo has pleaded not guilty to that charge and others stemming from the standoff. Jan-Michel Wangstad, also known as Jan-Michael Wangstad, 37, remains in the Cass County Jail in lieu of $1 million bail.
DILWORTH – A Fargo woman is charged in Clay County District Court with stealing the purse of a loss prevention officer trainee at the Dilworth Wal-Mart store.
PARK RIVER, N.D.—A 45-year-old Park River man who died in an ATV rollover was discovered near here late last week, according to a report released by the North Dakota Highway Patrol. According to the report: The Highway Patrol and the Walsh County Sheriff's Department were notified of the crash last Saturday afternoon, April 23. The incident happened on a private agricultural field northeast of the junction of Highways 32 and 17 west of Park River. The report said it appeared Wade Kalgard was driving an ATV across the field when it rolled over.
WEST FARGO—A West Fargo juvenile was cited by West Fargo police following a crash Monday evening, April 25, in West Fargo. According to West Fargo Police Sgt. Jason Dura: The crash happened about 5 p.m. at the intersection of 33rd Avenue and Sixth Street West. A female juvenile driving an SUV was driving east on 33rd Avenue and turning north onto Sixth Street when the SUV struck the front driver's-side bumper of a car that was traveling west on 33rd Avenue.
BRECKENRIDGE, Minn.—A Breckenridge man who turned 18 this past Sunday, April 24, has been certified to be tried as an adult in Wilkin County District Court for the attempted murder of his father during an altercation at their Breckenridge apartment March 28. Jack T. Langston is being held in the Wilkin County Jail on charges of attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault and second-degree assault. He is accused in court documents of striking his father with a club and a small hatchet.
FARGO—A new trial date has been set for a man facing murder charges in the beating death of a man outside a Fargo bar in May 2015. Jason Oien, 34, is now scheduled to stand trial June 21 in Cass County District Court on one count of murder and three counts of conspiracy to commit aggravated assault in the beating death of Joey Gaarsland outside Rick's Bar. Oien's trial had been scheduled to start March 29, but it was postponed after new information about the case was discovered by investigators.
FARGO—A 17-year-old who is charged as an adult in two separate assault cases is expected to change his plea in one of the cases at a hearing set for May 31 in Cass County District Court. In that case, Abdirahman P. Sahel faces charges of kidnapping, terrorizing, robbery and assault stemming from an incident in September 2014 in which an employee at J.C. Penney was attacked as she was getting into her car in the West Acres parking lot.