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Morning headlines: Fargo South band teacher arrested on suspicion of corrupting a minor

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Sebastian Michael Tackling.
Sebastian Michael Tackling.
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FARGO — A band teacher at Fargo South High School has been arrested on suspicion of corruption of a minor.

The teacher, Sebastian Michael Tackling , was booked into the Cass County Jail on Saturday, Nov. 26, according to the jail roster.

Details of the alleged offense were not immediately available. Tackling had not been formally charged as of Sunday. Full story here.

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Moorhead hunter accidentally shot northwest of Jamestown, sheriff says

JAMESTOWN — A 26-year-old Moorhead, Minnesota, man was accidentally shot Friday evening while hunting coyotes about 10 to 15 miles northwest of here, according to Stutsman County Sheriff Chad Kaiser.

Kaiser said the Moorhead man and a 37-year-old Jamestown man were after a coyote. Full story here.

“They were both shooting and one gentleman got hit,” he said.

Attorney General Drew Wrigley says that as police chases increase, changes needed in North Dakota sentencing

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Drew Wrigley chats with well-wishers while waiting for the results in the North Dakota Attorney General's race during a gathering at Suite Shots in south Fargo on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022.
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GRAND FORKS — North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley believes weak sentences are contributing to a rise in police chases, and he says changes are needed to fix it. Full story here.

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