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A press release from the Sioux Falls Police Department did not specify whether the individual killed was a suspect, officer or bystander.
Legal action is the farthest thing from the Martinez family’s mind, their attorney said, noting they are focused on grief and cooperating with investigators.
Attempted murder charges filed against suspects in Janesville.
FARGO — A new report that details the response to the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting can be used as a tool for officers in the Fargo-Moorhead area to improve their own training on how to respond to active shooters, according to local police officials.

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Maichael Yousa is being held at the Cass County Jail as he awaits a hearing on an array of charges, including attempted murder.
Authorities say the snipers, posted on a building roof across the street, shot Sundberg early Thursday morning, July 14, less than a minute after allegedly threatening to shoot officers.
Residents will not be allowed in Fargo City Hall during the training, and phone calls to city departments in the building will not be answered, city officials said.
Arabella Foss-Yarbrough tells dispatcher bullets came through her wall, nearly hit her.
Five area police departments along with the Moorhead Fire Department and Sanford Ambulance are taking part in the training.
Cass County State's Attorney Birch Burdick has requested that North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley take over prosecutorial decisions in the case of the fatal shooting of Shane Netterville. Burdick said he can't recall an officer-involved shooting case that he didn't review in Cass County.

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Details about the 18-year-old who killed 21 people, including 19 children, are part of an interim report released Sunday by a Texas House committee investigating the shooting at Robb Elementary School.
Law enforcement has been widely criticized for the response in Uvalde. Eighty minutes elapsed between the first call to 911 and police confronting the shooter, who fired at least 142 rounds, according to a timeline from Texas Department of Public Safety director Steve McCraw.
Derek Stanley is expected to be charged with refusal to halt in connection to the incident where Fargo Officer Adam O’Brien fatally shot Shane Netterville, a spokesperson said.

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