With three of his officers on paid administrative leave after shooting two suspects in the past month, Police Chief David Todd on Monday, March 26, gave city commissioners a behind-the-scenes look at what happens next

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With three of his officers on paid administrative leave after shooting two suspects in the past month, Police Chief David Todd on Monday, March 26, gave city commissioners a behind-the-scenes look at what happens next
Jamestown Fire Department responded to a 7:45 p.m. call from Stutsman County Communications Center about a vehicle fire at 2nd Avenue Southeast and 10th Street, according to Lt. Sheldon Mohr of the fire department. The department arrived on scene with 29 firefighters and six trucks, he said
Two Fargo children, a one-year-old and a nine-year-old, were killed in crash on I-29 in Grand Forks County Sunday morning. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says a SUV was northbound in the right lane of the interstate when the driver attempted to move into the left lane. The driver, however, lost control on the snow, ice, and slush covered road. The SUV started to spin.
Two young Fargo children were killed and two people were seriously injured Sunday morning, March 25, in a T-bone collision between an SUV and a semi
Police were called at just after 5:30 a.m. on Friday to 321 4th St. N. for a report of an assault in Grand Forks. When officers spoke with the victim, they learned that a robbery had just taken place. The victim was awoken to being assaulted by possibly up to three people. During the assault the victim had his wallet forcibly taken from him
Fargo Police investigating apartment burglary near NDSU campus. Two suspects being sought after fleeing, ditching marijuana as they ran. Initial report indicated gunfire. Police tell KFGO it may have been soft air gun or something similar. Victims not cooperating.
Man shot and wounded while attacking Fargo Police officer with knife. Officer not hurt. Police were responding domestic disturbance call at Southside apartment
Fire crews received a call just after 11p.m. on Monday night for a fire at the Fargo Dome. Upon arriving to the scene Fargo Fire determined that the fire started in a dryer in the storage area of the building
Grand Forks Police arrested a man Wednesday night, March 14, after they discovered a homemade bomb in a home while investigating a shooting report. According to a police news release, officers were called about 7 p.m. to Sam’s Club for a report of shots fired. Grand Forks Lt. Derik Zimmel said group of men in two vehicles had agreed to meet in the parking lot for an as-yet undisclosed reason
Code Red issued for people near the 7100 block of 100th ave s, South of Horace after an armed man threatened a nearby residence. Cass Co. Sheriff's Dept, Fargo Police, and WF Police all responding. SWAT on its way. Stay with WDAY for updates throughout the morning.
The Jamestown Police Department responded to the South Central Human Service Center Tuesday afternoon after a package with a white powder substance was opened at the center. Jamestown Chief of Police Scott Edinger said the package was secured by police officers around 5 p.m. Tuesday and taken to the Stutsman County Law Enforcement Center.
An Arkansas man who's been wanted on sex trafficking charges for about a year is now behind bars after police found him in Bismarck. 26-year-old Cory Oxford is facing charges of rape and transportation of minors for prohibited sexual conduct.
West Fargo Police say officers shot a male suspect after a high speed chase. Suspect is dead.
Police were called at 9:47 p.m. on Sunday with a report of a robbery at the KFC fast food restaurant in Grand Forks at 706 South Washington Street. Authorities say a man went into the restaurant, showed an employee a handgun, and demanded money. The employee handed over cash and then the man left on foot heading west. Police are not saying how much money was taken. No one was injured and the handgun was not fired
A UND investigation has begun to determine the security of student fee dollars after last week's arrest of the former student body treasurer. Chase Johnson was arrested by University Police and charged with Class B felony theft following accusations that he embezzled between $10,000 and $50,000 from his fraternity, Phi Delta Theta. He was fraternity treasurer at the time of the alleged theft.
A teenager was shot multiple times at an apartment complex in northwest Minot Wednesday night about 6:30 p.m. Minot police patrol commander John Klug said the 18-year-old man was taken to Trinity Hospital and it appeared he would survive.
A power outage in southwest Mandan this morning was caused by a public works operator striking a power line. The employee was emptying snow that was stuck in the lift box of the truck when it became tangled with the service lines.
A father told his daughter to return about $2,000 in ice fishing equipment, and she tried, but she still faces charges for possession of stolen property. Seth Dorscher, 23, and Carli Boyko, 25, both were arrested on Sunday, March 4, after they tried to return the items they stole.
A Kindred man is charged with driving under the influence after traveling the wrong way on Interstate 94 and striking another vehicle head-on Thursday, March 1. The North Dakota State Highway Patrol reports that Brad Samples, 32, was traveling eastbound in the westbound Kindred exit ramp 2 miles west of West Fargo. Shortly before 8 p.m., Samples' Dodge Stratus struck a Chevrolet Malibu driven by 19-year-old Alyx Schmitz, of Oakes, who was preparing to take the Kindred exit.
Maia Jackson, 17, a senior at Grand Forks Central High School, and other high school students are organizing a walkout to promote gun safety, and to call on lawmakers to take action, in light of recent school shootings in other parts of the country
A microwave fire caused no damage Wednesday afternoon at the Garden Hills apartments in Jamestown. At 2:47 p.m., Stutsman County Communication Center dispatched Jamestown Fire Department to a reported microwave oven fire at the apartment complex located at 5th Street and 12th Avenue Northeast. JFD arrived on scene with five trucks and 20 firefighters at 2:53 p.m.
One of four men charged with poaching deer during the Dakota Access pipeline protests has reached a deal with prosecutors to dismiss his case. Danny LeClaire of Pocatello, Idaho, was charged last year with a misdemeanor count of unlawful taking of a big game animal.
A Grafton man accused of engaging in sexual acts with a child pleaded guilty to a lesser charge Tuesday, Feb. 20. Anthony Soliz Herrera Jr., 37, will served no jail time after agreeing to a plea deal in Walsh County District Court, State's Attorney Kelley Cole said Wednesday. He was scheduled to go to trial Tuesday to face two Class AA felony counts of gross sexual imposition, both of which carry a life sentence.
A man is in jail after police say he shot at a woman and a bullet went through a neighboring home in West Fargo. 44-year-old Chad Ralph of West Fargo is facing charges of reckless endangerment and preventing arrest. At about 10:20 p.m. Monday officers responded to a home in the Shadow wood residential area.
Local firefighters use drones during tank fire
A man was is in custody Monday morning after firing multiple shots inside a Grand Forks home. 26-year-old Salvador Henandez was arrested outside a home on the 1100 block of North 55th Street.
An early morning tank fire lead to an day of smoke covering West Fargo. Many West Fargo residents were asking 'what's happening' as they watched a plume of black smoke rise into the sky Sunday morning. "I looked out the window and there were big black clouds out there," said Duwayne Mitchell, West Fargo Resident.
A West Fargo man is suing the Oxbow Golf and Country Club and several individuals, claiming they damaged his reputation and real estate dealings by spreading false allegations that he engaged in "rampant use of cocaine" at the club. Attorneys for Aaron Greterman filed the complaint late last month in Cass County District Court.
A woman was detained after an incident early Tuesday morning, Feb. 13, in which a shot was fired from a gun into the ceiling of a residence on Center Street, the West Fargo Police Department reported. Police responded to a firearms disturbance call about 2:10 a.m. in the 500 block of Center Street. When they arrived, they discovered that a female had fired one shot from a firearm into the ceiling of the residence. Officers then detained the female, whose name and age were not released, the report said.
Fargo Police say a man with a rifle tried to rob the Tesoro off of 32nd Avenue in South Fargo. The suspect walked in, wearing a mask, and carrying a long rifle on Sunday night around 8:30 p.m.
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