WDAY Monday News Update - 02-11

Turkeys in Moorhead may be relocated to South Dakota
Turkeys in Moorhead may be relocated to South Dakota

Welcome to your news update.

NEW DETAILS EXPECTED AFTER BODY FOUND IN HORNBACHER'S PARKING LOT

We're expecting to learn more today about an investigation into another body found in a grocery store parking lot in Fargo.

Police surrounded a white car in the lot on Saturday. Police said someone called in the dead body in the Hornbachers lot off of 32nd Ave. S around 9:00 in the morning. This comes just over a week after Barbara Ann Barry's body was found in the Cashwise parking lot on 13th Ave. Unlike Barry's situation, police said the car was only there overnight because security cameras saw the car pull in sometime Friday afternoon. Fargo police said it was a man in his 60's or 70's.

MOORHEAD TO VOTE ON TURKEY MANAGEMENT PLAN

Today, city council members in Moorhead are expected to make a decision on a turkey management plan that would relocate around 75 turkeys to eastern South Dakota.

If the council approves the plan, and the D.N.R. grants a permit, South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks would use large nets to capture the birds. The turkeys are known to become aggressive, and have even terrorized mail carriers, dug up gardens, and chased squad cars. A plan would need to be approved by September 1st.

CEREMONY TO REMEMBER JASON MOSZER

This morning, you can join law enforcement in honoring officer Jason Moszer, who died three years ago today. There will be a special ceremony at 11:30 to honor his life. Fargo Police will stream the ceremony live on their Facebook page.