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Fargo man arrested in terrorizing case

A man was arrested after he allegedly threatened five people with a handgun late Monday night in his south Fargo home, police said. Joseph Gabriel Heppner, 24, of 215 14th St. S., Fargo, was arrested at his home and faces a charge of terrorizing....

A man was arrested after he allegedly threatened five people with a handgun late Monday night in his south Fargo home, police said.

Joseph Gabriel Heppner, 24, of 215 14th St. S., Fargo, was arrested at his home and faces a charge of terrorizing.

No shots were fired in the incident that happened about 10:30 p.m., according to police Lt. Joel Vettel. A handgun was recovered.

Vettel said there apparently was a verbal altercation that may have escalated into a physical altercation. He said at that point the suspect allegedly retrieved the handgun and threatened the others in the home.

No other arrests were made.

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