Todd Osmundson

Fargo Man Pleads Not Guilty To Federal Charges For His Alleged Involvement in Downtown Riot

During the riot, federal prosecutors say Toa was seen inciting violence by jumping on top of an occupied police car and breaking the windshield.

FARGO, N.D. — Federal prosecutors say there is probable cause to believe 30-year-old Errick Toa committed civil disorder. They claim he unlawfully obstructed law enforcement and impeded commerce. During the riot, they say Toa was seen inciting violence by jumping on top of an occupied police car and breaking the windshield. Multiple squad cars were damaged during the night. OneFargo…

ND Attorney General Takes Up Independent Investigation Into Todd Osmundson

The Attorney General says It has assigned a supervising agent with the BCI to conduct an independent review.

FARGO, N.D. — The City Of Fargo says they made the request because “all parties feel it is important to seek an independent” investigation. Criminal charges against Osmundson were declined after the police department concluded an internal review. Osmundson admitted to carrying an open beer and shouting obscenities at police during the riot in downtown Fargo. He was off duty…

Fargo requests North Dakota Attorney General’s Office investigation into former Deputy Chief’s actions

The Attorney General has been requested to refer the matter to the Bureau of Criminal Investigation.

FARGO, N.D.–The City of Fargo has requested the North Dakota Attorney General’s Office conduct its own investigation into former Deputy Chief Todd Osmundon’s actions during the George Floyd protest and riot on May 30. The Fargo Police Department provided all applicable information to the Fargo City Attorney’s Office which then sent the materials to the Attorney General’s Office. The Attorney…

Investigation into former Dep. Chief Todd Osmundson over, no charges filed

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo Police Chief David Todd says the investigation into former Deputy Chief Todd Osmundson’s actions during downtown riots is over and he has not been charged with any crimes. Todd says that’s because of what he calls “the fact others engaging in similar conduct in plain view were also not investigated.” Osmundson admitted to carrying an open…

Mayor Mahoney, Chief Todd respond to OneFargo allegations

Mayor Mahoney says he has been reaching out to OneFargo to schedule a meeting with them for the last week but that they have not responded to him

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Police Internal Affairs investigation report into former Deputy Chief Todd Osmundson during the May 30th protest and riots has been made public. Prior to the release, Osmundson claimed to have been in contact with Chief Todd throughout that day and that the Chief told him he could go home at midnight. OneFargo asked Chief Todd…

OneFargo, Black Lives Matter plan marches to get answers from police and city leaders

Organizers say they have been unable to get concrete answers to what role the police department played in former deputy chief Todd Osmundson's undercover mission on May 30th

FARGO, N.D. — When OneFargo and Black Lives Matter found out that former Fargo police Deputy Chief Todd Osmundson was allegedly in contact with other members of the police department during his undercover mission during the city’s May 30th protest and riots, the groups demanded answers. They say they have yet to be given a straight one. “The narrative continues…

OneFargo, Black Lives Matter alleges Fargo Police Department aided in officer’s “illegal black ops mission”

The groups called former Deputy Chief Todd Osmundson a "scapegoat" for the department

FARGO, N.D. — OneFargo and the Fargo-Moorhead Black Lives Matter chapter claim that more than one officer was involved in inappropriate actions during the city’s May 30th protest. “We have information that shows the Fargo Police Department engaged in an illegal black ops mission against community activists and its citizens,” said OneFargo leader Wass Philome. The allegations come days after…