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Police question two in street sweeper case

Fargo police said someone took a street sweeper for a joyride overnight and crashed it into a tree in a north Fargo yard. Authorities received a report at about 2:45 a.m. Friday that a sweeper with its lights flashing was in a yard close to a hou...

Fargo police said someone took a street sweeper for a joyride overnight and crashed it into a tree in a north Fargo yard.

Authorities received a report at about 2:45 a.m. Friday that a sweeper with its lights flashing was in a yard close to a house in the 800 block of 13th Avenue North.

Police questioned two men who were found in the area, but it was unknown if they were directly linked to the incident, Sgt. Mark Lykken said.

One of the men, a 30-year-old from Texas, was arrested for consuming alcohol in public, he said.

There was no apparent damage to the tree or the sweeper owned by Master Construction, Lykken said.

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