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Police arrest suspect in south Fargo shooting

Braden Poitra, 21, was arrested without incident at 12:55 p.m. Tuesday on an unrelated felony warrant out of Minnesota, the release said.

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DILWORTH — A man suspected of attempted murder in a Saturday, Aug. 6, shooting was arrested Tuesday in Dilworth, according to a release from the Fargo Police Department.

Braden Poitra, 21, was arrested without incident at 12:55 p.m. Tuesday on an unrelated felony warrant out of Minnesota, the release said.

He is being held in Clay County Jail on the charge of attempted murder for his alleged role in a shooting in the 3300 block of 35th Avenue South in Fargo shortly after midnight Saturday, according to the release.

A 39-year-old man arrived at a local hospital with a gunshot wound to the arm after that shooting was reported, police said Saturday.

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