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A Fargo man recently charged with abandoning his 11-year-old daughter in a Fargo Walmart during an alleged shoplifting attempt is now accused of threatening a man with a flag and breaking into a stranger’s Georgetown home.
FARGO — A Cass County jail inmate faces a felony assault charge for allegedly knocking another inmate unconscious, a scuffle that was reportedly prompted by repeated farting and a racial slur. Court documents filed Wednesday in Cass County District Court allege the incident happened Monday during a confrontation at the jail’s medium security unit between inmates Ahmed Nur Adan, 27, of Fargo, and Timothy Lowseth, 26, of West Fargo. According to an arrest synopsis from the Cass County Sheriff’s Department, Adan and Lowseth were talking next to cell 104, when Adan suddenly punched out Lowseth,
MOORHEAD, Minn. — To prevent one of its reporters from being charged with trespassing, a local TV station signed a deal with school officials in Fargo and Moorhead agreeing not to assign school stories to that reporter for 90 days. Police in Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo investigated Mellaney Moore for possible trespassing charges after her Dec.
FARGO — A lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court in Fargo seeks class-action status and damages from Target Corp. on behalf of what it says could be thousands of North Dakota shoppers whose personal and financial information were stolen by hackers in the retailer’s recent security breach. The lawsuit, filed in U.S.
GRAND FORKS — A couple here who were sued by the man’s parents for visitation with the grandchildren is appealing the case to the state Supreme Court. That’s after a judge confirmed his ruling that Cory Bjerke and his longtime partner, Naomi Sterf, must allow their 16-year-old to visit her grandparents any time she wishes, and must allow the couple’s other two younger children to see Bjerke’s parents.
FARGO — About 30 law enforcement officers from eastern North Dakota attended a training session here Thursday to help them beat copper thieves at their own increasingly sophisticated game. “It’s an epidemic crime, and law enforcement is really behind the curve in how it works,” said trainer Terence Alling of Metal Theft Training and Consultants in San Francisco.