First News Extra: Moorhead man featured on 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' scheduled to be sentenced next week for child pornography charges

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WDAY First News anchors Drew Trafton and Se Kwon get you caught up on everything you need to know for Tuesday, Sept. 7.

Headline story: A Moorhead man who was featured on “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” will be sentenced next week for child pornography charges.

Garrett Joseph Grommesh, 21, pleaded guilty Monday, July 12, to possession and dissemination of child pornography. The charges against Grommesh stemmed from cyber tips from Tumblr, a social networking website, that prompted a Moorhead police investigation in 2019, according to court documents. Read the full story here.


Garrett Joseph Grommesh (Clay County Jail)

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FARGO — A 24-year-old arrested in connections to a string of vandalisms in downtown Fargo is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday, Aug. 7.
Marshal Taylor Slater was booked Friday, Sept. 3, into the Cass County Jail on suspicion of criminal mischief. The charge, which was filed Friday afternoon in Cass County District Court, stems from reports that six businesses along the 600 block of Main Avenue were vandalized Aug. 18, according to a news release issued Friday by the Fargo Police Department.

Salon DUO, Carmine and Hayworth Vintage, Reed and Taylor Antiques, Wimmers Diamonds, Nichole's Fine Pastry and Cafe and Rhombus Guys reported broken windows. The Island Park parking ramp also was a target.

Marshal Slater

WASHINGTON, Sept 7 (Reuters) - President Joe Biden will visit flood-damaged New Jersey and New York on Tuesday to survey the upheaval caused by Hurricane Ida, part of a renewed focus on domestic priorities after weeks dominated by the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Biden promised federal aid and urged national unity during a trip to storm-hit Louisiana on Friday after Ida devastated parts of the U.S. Gulf Coast and unleashed even deadlier flooding in the Northeast.


President Joe Biden speaks to reporters before departing the White House in Washington, to survey storm damage from Hurricane Ida on Tuesday in New York and New Jersey. Evelyn Hockstein / Reuters

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