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7 people arrested for trespassing in Fargo house set to be demolished

Officers arrested seven people accused of trespassing in a Fargo home that is scheduled to be demolished by the homeowner.

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Seven people were arrested for trespassing from this home located in the 200 block of Sixth Avenue North, near downtown Fargo. The house is set to be demolished.
Sam Goetzinger / WDAY News
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FARGO — Seven people are behind bars, accused of trespassing in a Fargo home that's scheduled to be demolished.

WDAY News found out from neighbors it was a house in the 200 block of Sixth Avenue North in Fargo near downtown.

Fargo police discovered the seven people just after 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 20.

All seven were arrested as charges are still pending.

Those arrested range in age from 21 to 45, while only one has a permanent address.

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Police say the house is scheduled to be demolished by the property owners.

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Seven people were arrested for trespassing Wednesday, Sept. 21, at this house near downtown Fargo.
Sam Goetzinger / WDAY News

The following individuals were arrested and taken to Cass County Jail:

  • Shane King
  • Paul White
  • Raven Isham
  • Rafael Leyva
  • Galen Littlewind
  • Terri Fajardo
  • Steven Bernie
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