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Fargo police arrest bicyclist for riding while drunk

FARGO - A bicyclist was arrested Saturday evening, Dec. 2, for riding drunk and resisting law enforcement, according to police.Police say the man tried to cross the street around 7 p.m. Saturday.That's when he was hit by a car 25th and 13th, by D...

Police officers are shown on the scene where a bicyclist was hit by a car at the intersection of 25th Street South and 13th Avenue South in Fargo Saturday, Dec. 2. (Forum News Service)
Police officers are shown on the scene where a bicyclist was hit by a car at the intersection of 25th Street South and 13th Avenue South in Fargo Saturday, Dec. 2. (Forum News Service)

FARGO - A bicyclist was arrested Saturday evening, Dec. 2, for riding drunk and resisting law enforcement, according to police.

Police say the man tried to cross the street around 7 p.m. Saturday.

That's when he was hit by a car 25th and 13th, by Dunn Brothers Coffee.

Authorities say there were no major injuries.

The bike rider, Scott Olsen, will be booked into jail on DUI charges. There was also a warrant for his arrest.

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