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Fargo men accused of burglarizing farmstead

ORISKA, N.D. - Two Fargo men are in custody in Barnes County accused of stealing scrap metal from a farmstead north of here. Barnes County Sheriff Randy McClaflin said a neighbor saw Mark Miller and Julian Bernath, both 34, on the farm Thursday m...

ORISKA, N.D. - Two Fargo men are in custody in Barnes County accused of stealing scrap metal from a farmstead north of here.

Barnes County Sheriff Randy McClaflin said a neighbor saw Mark Miller and Julian Bernath, both 34, on the farm Thursday morning and notified law enforcement. A sheriff's deputy arrived to find the two allegedly in the act of burglary, McClaflin said.

McClaflin claimed there was evidence that the two had been at the farm earlier in the week.

Both men are charged with burglary, a Class C felony.

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