UPDATE: Fargo Police Arrest Two After Manhunt

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Update: Fargo police have arrested two men who they say were involved in a home invasion robbery.

Luke Goodridge and Issac Nyemah were arrested early Thursday morning in the 4900 block of 44th Ave. S. in Fargo.

The two men are facing aggravated assault charges.  

Other charges are expected.  

Police are searching for suspects in an assault that happened this afternoon in Fargo. Police believe the assault is linked to Sunday’s fight at Lindenwood Park and at the Spirit Shop on Monday.

Police say that around 12:30 Wednesday afternoon, at least two men invaded one of these apartments and assaulted a man with what he described as a small pistol.

Police believe the same group that organized this assault is responsible for several other incidents in our area.

“They did find one adult victim who had been appeared to have been struck in the head utilizing a blunt object which turned out to what he identified as some sort of pistol,” says Lt. Joel Vettel of Fargo Police.

Three to four male suspects fled the apartment complex in their car around 12:30 Wednesday afternoon.

Friends of the victim quickly got in their car and began to chase them. They ultimately crashed in the 1900 block of 45th street.

Police jumped into action setting up a wide perimeter.

“We had the individuals from our suspect vehicle that fled on foot and we also had the suspect’s vehicle’s driver flee the area with the vehicle,” Vettel says.

Police are using several resources including canines to find at the suspects.

They have identified both Luke Goodridge and Isaac Nyemah as people of interest. They are also looking for a 2006 Blue Pontiac G6.

“We believe that all parties involved in all these incidents are connected as acquaintances and it stated with some sort of verbal disagreement that has been an ongoing issue with them as a small group that has escalated into several incidents of violence in our community,” Vettel says.

Police say these groups pose no direct threat to the public because the violence has been isolated to the groups.

If you have any information about the suspects or the missing car, contact police.