Four people detained in Fargo search warrant

Police executed the warrant shortly before 7 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 1.

Red River Valley SWAT team vehicles are seen parked outside an apartment building in the 5200 block of Amber Valley Parkway in Fargo, as they conduct a high-risk, knock and announce search raid.
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FARGO — Police detained four people during a high-risk, knock-and-announce search warrant in the 5200 block of Amber Valley Parkway Thursday, Sept. 1.

According to police, it started just before 7 a.m. Thursday.

Fargo police and the Red River Valley SWAT Team, along with members of the Cass County Drug Task Force, helped with the warrant.

They used flash-bang devices to get the suspects out of the apartment building, which is a couple blocks south of the Sanford Medical Center.

Although four people are detained, police said it was an active investigation and no further information would be released at publication time.

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