DAVID TODD

Finalists for Fargo Police Chief expected to be released on Friday

FARGO, ND – A selection committee has completed two days of “virtual” interviews of seven candidates for Fargo’s next police chief. The committee met in closed-door sessions Wednesday and Thursday to do the remote interviews and late Thursday picked the finalists. Three to four applicants will be contacted by the city human resources office to find out if they are…

OneFargo Says It Has Evidence Contradicting Statements Made During Osmundson investigation

The group says this contradicts statements made by Todd that Osumundson worked alone and they didn't talk much about his actions that day.

FARGO, N.D. — One Fargo released text messages they say come from an open records request involving Fargo Police. They say multiple text conversations were made between Osmundson and Chief David Todd. The group says this contradicts statements made by Todd that Osmundson worked alone and they didn’t talk much about his actions that day. “They knew the entire time,…

People In Fargo Can Ask Questions of Police Chief Candidates

The deadline to submit a question is Monday, July 13 at 5 p.m.

FARGO, N.D. — If you live in Fargo you now have a chance to be a part of the hiring process for the next Chief of Police. The city is looking for questions you would like answered by the candidates during the hiring process. The deadline to submit a question is Monday, July 13 at 5 p.m. for consideration. They…

Emergency declaration made for weekend marches, part prohibiting weapons taken out

The OneFargo march is scheduled to begin 9 a.m. in Island Park.

FARGO, N.D.– Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney has declared a State of Emergency for marches being held Friday and Saturday mornings. Part of the order initially prohibited any type of weapon, but that section was taken out due to state law. The North Dakota century code says, “Notwithstanding any other law, a person acting on behalf or under the authority of the…

Fargo Police Chief Takes Stance on Gun Control, Domestic Violence

he was featured in a new york times video piece

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo Police Chief David Todd took a stance on domestic violence and gun control in a New York Times video piece. In the three and a half minute video, Todd says he is a strong supporter of the second amendment but even he draws a red line at one point. Todd says people who have had a history…

Fargo Police Officer Fired for Not Serving the Public

Boelke does have a right to appeal but has not yet made a decision on that matter

  FARGO, ND — The Fargo Police Officer at the center of an internal affairs investigation has been fired. Despite an online and social media petition in support of Officer David Boelke, Police Chief David Todd says he made the decision to let Boelke go for “intentional and willful decisions to not serve the public.” Todd saID Boelke, who is…