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UPDATE: Moorhead Police identify man in suspicious death case

UPDATE: The Moorhead Police Department has identified the man who was found deceased Sunday morning. Police say 37-year-old Lee Folden was found trapped under a vehicle in a driveway. The Moorhead Fire Department extricated Folden from underneath the vehicle. Folden was declared deceased at the scene. Folden’s body has been transported to the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office in St….

No arrests made in late night stabbing in Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D.–The Grand Forks Police Department is investigating a stabbing that occurred Thursday night in the 1800 block of Continental Dr. Police say a man was found outside an apartment building with a stab wound to his leg at approximately 11:50 p.m. The man was treated at the scene and then transported to Altru Hospital. Initial investigations concluded that…

Sexual Assault Charges Dismissed Against Stutsman County Man

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — A judge in Stutsman County dismisses gross sexual imposition charges against Michael Hunt-Walters. The 23-year-old man had been accused of sexually assaulting a 7 year-old girl with autism under his care at Anne Carlsen Center. According to court documents, a police officer testified there was no physical evidence of sexual contact. The officer says the alleged victim…

Ongoing Fargo drug investigation leads to significant seizure of drugs

As a result of the investigation, several people are facing state and federal charges.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo Police Department, with the help from several other agencies, served three search warrants on Tuesday as part of an ongoing drug investigation. The warrants, which were conducted at two residences and one local hotel, recovered approximately 1,400 M30 Fentanyl pills, nearly two ounces of Heroin, a few grams of Methamphetamine, a small amount of Marijuana, a Glock…

Grand Forks Police searching for man who crashed vehicle while fleeing traffic stop

A K9 attempted to track the man, but was was not located.

GRAND FORKS, N.D.–The Grand Forks Police Department is searching for a man who crashed his vehicle while fleeing from police Sunday evening. The man was driving a tan Ford Escape in the 1000 block of North 51st Street when a police officer attempted to perform a traffic stop. The man fled and ended up crashing his vehicle into a tree…

Garage Fire In Rural Fosston Under Investigation

FOSSTON, Minn. — Minnesota State Fire Marshal’s Office is looking into a garage fire in rural Fosston, Minnesota. It was reported to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office late Friday night. Deputies arrived to find the garage, which was not attached to the house, in flames. They say it appears to be a total loss. No one was hurt. The cause…

Red River Valley SWAT detains five adults during high risk search warrant

An infant child was also located at the residence.

FARGO, N.D.–Five people will face charges after the Red River Valley SWAT Team located drug paraphernalia, firearms and cash during a high-risk search warrant. The search was conducted at 824 9 Street N Tuesday morning in relation to an ongoing illegal drug and child neglect investigation. The SWAT Team was used to service the warrant because of the violent criminal…

Apartment Fire Under Investigation In Grand Forks

Courtesy: KNOX News RadioGRAND FORKS, N.D. — The cause of an apartment fire in Grand Forks is under investigation. It was called in after 3 Sunday afternoon at 826 4th Avenue South. Everyone was able to get out of the building safely. The Red Cross has been called on to help those displaced by the fire. Categories: Local News, North…

Grand Forks Police make arrest in fatal stabbing Sunday night

Police say a suspect is in custody.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – A Grand Forks man is charged with murder after police say he stabbed a man Sunday night who later died of his injuries. It happened at an apartment in the 2200 block of 17th Street South at around 10:00. That’s when police found 46-year-old Ram Monger of Grand Forks with stab wounds to his abdomen. He…

Polk County Sheriff warns parents of dangerous social media sites

POLK COUNTY, Minn.–The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is sending a reminder to parents to monitor potentially dangerous social media sites. The Sheriff’s Office recently became aware that teenagers have been using a website called Omegle.com to chat and video chat with others. The site does not require an account or login credentials. Once teens are on the homepage, a link…