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FARGO POLICE DEPARTMENT

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Suspect told police Joshua Brooks planned the shooting and drove the vehicle in the drive-by that killed Santino Marial, court documents said. Who shot Marial remains unclear.
"There were no signs of foul play in relation to this incident," Fargo police said in a statement.
Officers arrested seven people accused of trespassing in a Fargo home that is scheduled to be demolished by the homeowner.
People in south Fargo Wednesday morning, Sept. 21, noticed a police helicopter hovering over a neighborhood there. Police say it is part of a "planned, proactive operation," but have not given details.
The two vehicles collided in the intersection of 25th Street North and First Avenue North, rolling the squad car onto its side, according to a statement from the Cass County Sheriff's Office.
“Our neighborhood is scared,” said neighbor Richard Moorhead, who spoke in favor of the building’s demolition.

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Fargo Police Department will have more officers downtown, but it says partners like the Downtown Engagement Center are essential.
North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley said the shooting of Andrew Martinez was justified, meaning officers won't face criminal charges. The Martinez family asked law enforcement to reevaluate how they respond to a mental health crisis.
The Fargo Human Rights Commission approved a motion on Thursday, Sept. 15, brought forth by area activist Wess Philome, asking them to petition the Fargo City Commission for an “independent, unbiased firm” to investigate the fatal shooting deaths of Shane Netterville, from Jamestown, and Andrew Martinez, from Mapleton.

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