Moorhead Police Department

Law enforcement working to collect pills off the streets at Drug Take Back Day

As Red Ribbon Week continues, Moorhead Police are working to rid our communities of narcotics.

Moorhead, MN, (KVRR)- Officers set up drug take back stands at both Hornbachers locations in Moorhead, where people were encouraged to drop off pills to be destroyed by the DEA. This is an event they do twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall. They typically bring in around 70 to 100 pounds of pills. Officer…

City of Fargo Meets With Liberian Community

Prominent local authorities meet with the United Liberian Association of North Dakota

 FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The City of Fargo hosted a summit with the Liberian Business Community. Small business owners expressing their needs to the local authorities from Fargo, West Fargo, and Moorhead. Fargo’s Director of Diversity Dr. Terry Hogan says the summit offers the Liberian Community information and resources. There was also a Q and A session to find out…

Moorhead Police investigate shooting

1100 Block 19th Street South, Moorhead

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) –Moorhead police are investigating a shooting that occurred yesterday evening in a Moorhead neighborhood. At 10:30 on Wednesday evening officials from the Moorhead Police department responded to the Romkey Park neighborhood on the 1100 block of 19th Street South for reports of shots fired. “I woke up and saw the cops outside the door and window and…

Moorhead Officer Given Lifesaving Award

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A Moorhead Police Officer is honored for helping save a woman’s life. On July 8th, Officer Brett Kvam was first to arrive on scene for a female in cardiac arrest in her apartment. He quickly moved her to the floor and started CPR. As other first responders arrived, she regained her pulse. Kvam was given the Moorhead…

Walmart employee aids police in tracking down Moorhead mosque vandalism suspect

"This person in particular got it narrowed down to the time frame of when this incident happened and then gave that information to one of our detectives."

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) — Twenty-two-year-old Benjamin Enderle sits in a Clay County jail tonight, accused of vandalizing a Moorhead Mosque. His arrest is being credited to a Walmart store employee. “An investigator came out when the mosque had video ready for us and we started working on the case,” Moorhead Police Chief Shannon Monroe said. Monroe recounts how a Walmart…

People of all faiths come together to clean up vandalism at a Moorhead mosque

From vandalized walls to clean walls, people coming from all over to help wipe away hate speech at the Moorhead Fargo Islamic Center Mosque.

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) — People pulling out cleaning supplies to wash off hate messages on a Moorhead mosque. “In our religion, which is the month of Ramadan, it’s called take care of your neighbor and my community is practicing what I believe,” Moorhead Fargo Islamic Center Mosque Main Adviser Sajid Ghauri said. From vandalized walls to clean walls, people coming…

Suspect Wanted for Mosque Vandalism in Moorhead

Moorhead Fargo Islamic Center Mosque members waking up to hate speech sprayed painted onto the walls.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead police and the FBI are investigating vandalism at a local mosque. “These are people who live in our community. They work in our community. Our children go to school together. We are one community that loves one another. That supports one another and this is not to be tolerated in our city and it’s unacceptable,” Moorhead…

Several people with firearms results in gunfire

Investigation remains active, police believe there is no threat to public safety

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Police in Moorhead continue to investigate a shooting that happened late Friday night. It was reported in the 2400 block of 4th avenue North. Reports claim there were several people with firearms including reports of gunfire. Once officers arrived, the suspects involved had already left and officers found a spent cartridge in a parking lot nearby. They…

15-year-old arrested after crashing into Horace bar

Bar remains open despite damage

HORACE, N.D. — A 15-year-old is arrested after authorities say he crashed a stolen car into a local bar overnight. Cass County Sheriff’s Office officials say they are grateful no one was seriously hurt. Just after two this morning, deputies responded to a car crashing into Big Erv’s Bar and Grill in Horace. “We were able to ascertain that the…