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Grand Forks, N.D. --Police are searching for a woman who allegedly beat up a person in a Grand Forks park. Authorities say the call came in around 8 Tuesday night to Bringwatt Park. When officers arrived, they found a woman who says she was beat up by another woman. The suspect left before authorities arrived. The victim was taken to the hospital and treated for her injuries. Authorities don't believe there is any threat to the public.
Grafton, N.D. --A Cavalier man was cited with DUI after he crashed into the back of a truck and sent two people to the hospital. Authorities say it happened just before 1 Tuesday afternoon on Highway 81 just outside of Grafton. 43-year-old Brian Bjerkness of Cavalier was heading seath when he rammed into a truck driven by 56-year-old Michael Kubal of Langdon. 54-year-old Franna Kubal, also of Langdon, was in the truck as well. The Kubal's truck overturned and both had to be taken to Unity Hospital in Grafton for unknown injuries.
Fargo, N.D. --The 8-year-old boy from Page, N.D. involved in a crash passed away early Wednesday morning. A GoFundMe page for the family says Braden Dahl 'passed to his next journey.' Braden was with his family in a vehicle when it was T-boned by a truck in Steel County. He was airlifted to a Fargo hospital. Braden is the child in the blue shirt, sitting on his dad's lap. To help out the family, you can click on the link above.
Detroit Lakes, Minn. --Social media helped reunite a missing class ring found in Detroit Lakes with its owner in Colorado. Aaron Rodriguez of Detroit Lakes posted pictures on Facebook saying he found a ring on the beach in Detroit Lakes. He had no clue who it belonged to, but just wanted to get it back to its owner. After more than 3,000 shares, the owner was found in less than 24 hours! The owner is from Colorado and was spending time in D.L. with family. The owner never thought the ring would show up again after it was lost.
COGSWELL, N.D. (WDAY/WDAZ) - A 57-year-old man nearly drowned Sunday night while swimming with friends northwest of Cogswell, North Dakota and authorities believe a medical condition may have been a factor in the incident. William VanderVoort was swimming in the Kraft Slough, which is 10 miles northwest of Cogswell.
ADA, Minn. – A 21-year-old accused of driving drunk and killing a teen in a fiery crash was sentenced to more than four years in prison Monday, June 19, in Norman County District Court. Ethan Stensgard of Enderlin, N.D., received a 51-month sentence, at least 34 months of which he’ll spend behind bars.
Fargo, N.D. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--An elderly man was taken to the hospital after he crashed his truck in a drainage ditch in Fargo. Authorities got the call around 3 Monday morning close to the Villa Maria nursing home on S. University Dr.. The man was taken to the hospital, but is expected to be ok. No citation was given.
Richland County, N.D. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--Three cars were totalled after one car set off a domino effect, sending two people to the hospital. The Richland County Sheriff's department says it started around the intersection behind Walmart in Wahpeton. A car driven by 19-year-old Zayne Bagwell was heading west when he didn't stop at a stop sign, hitting a pickup heading north. That truck, driven by 41-year-old Justin Bohn, then smashed into the SUV in front of it. The SUV was driven by 18-year-old Hannah Dahm and had three young women inside.
FARGO – A 20-year-old man was arrested Thursday, May 4, after he allegedly threw a rock through a business window and was caught inside. Fargo police were called at about 2:30 a.m. to the 1200 block of Page Drive by the Wendy's and Maytag Laundry on 13th Avenue South. Authorities set up a perimeter and brought in a police K9. They eventually arrested Will Bollum in a stairwell.
GLYNDON - A truck carrying liquid fertilizer overturned Thursday morning, May 4, on Highway 336 in Clay County near Highway 10. No one was hurt in the crash, though liquid fertilizer was leaking onto the road shortly after the crash, which happened about 8 a.m. A spokesman for the Glyndon fire department said there was no threat to public safety. The Minnesota's state patrol is investigating.