Moorhead police say New Year's Eve was less rowdy than usual
MOORHEAD, Minn.—Police in Moorhead say New Year's Eve was less rowdy than usual this time around.
Sergeant Clint Stephenson said only 50 calls came in, no more than a typical weekend night.
Many of them were loud partiers and traffic stops, but none of them were DUI arrests or fireworks complaints.
They believe extreme temps and the holiday, falling on a Sunday night caused the night to be calm in our region.
"Typical New Year's Eve, if it were on a Friday or Saturday and it was nicer weather, there could have been more activity," said Stephenson.
It was a different story for Karlstad, Minnesota, where a man was cited for going door to door while nearly naked.