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Man with bloody hands who showed up at Moorhead home seeking refuge later arrested

MOORHEAD - A man with bloody hands who showed up at a home here early today seeking refuge from the cold was later arrested for an outstanding drug warrant and trespassing when police found him sleeping in a car, Lt. Shannon Monroe said.

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MOORHEAD - A man with bloody hands who showed up at a home here early today seeking refuge from the cold was later arrested for an outstanding drug warrant and trespassing when police found him sleeping in a car, Lt. Shannon Monroe said.

Police responded to a call at 3:10 a.m. in the 1200 block of Elm Street South regarding a man with bloody hands who went to a door and asked the resident if he could come in and warm up, Monroe said. The resident refused and called 911.

Officers found Brandon Paul Phillips, 23, of Eagan, Minn., sleeping in a nearby car and arrested him on a Hennepin County warrant for fourth-degree controlled sub-stance and on suspicion of trespassing, Monroe said.

Because Phillips had been out in the cold for some time, he was taken to MeritCare Hospital before being booked into the Clay County Jail, Monroe said.

It wasn't clear why Phillips' hands were bloody, Monroe said.

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