Grand Forks, ND - A 21-year-old man from Grand Forks is severly hurt after he rode a moving train. The Grand Forks Police Department says the man jumped on the train near downtown Grand Forks and tried to jump off by the Housing Authority, near Dyke Avenue. When he tried to get off, he was subsequently run over by the train. He suffered severe injuries to his limbs. Altru Paramedics and the Grand Forks Fire Department responded to the scene on the 1500 block of Dyke Avenue, where he was found outside of a home.
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The Silver Alert that was issued on Saturday has been canceled, law enforcement found the missing woman. Karen A. Roy was found in Rolette County.
MOORHEAD -- Fire crews are responding to a garage fire in Moorhead.
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HANKSINSON, ND -- A farmhouse was destroyed in a fire on Sunday, May 27th. A passerby called in the fire around 9 a.m. The house is 4 miles west of Hankinson on Highway 11. Richland County sheriff and the Hankinson Fire Department responded. The house looks to be a total loss.
FARGO -- A man is in the hospital after being stabbed by an unknown suspect at 5:43 a.m. on Sunday, May 27th. Fargo Police were called to the area of I29 and 13th Ave South for a man who was stabbed. When police got there they found the man with a non-life threatening stab wound; he was transported to the hospital. A K9 search didn't find the suspect. Police say it wasn't a random attack and are reviewing video in the area.
MOORHEAD—A number of witnesses say SWAT officers went inside a motel in south Moorhead and came out with someone in handcuffs. A Moorhead sergeant says they showed up at around 6:15 Wednesday evening. Witnesses tell us they came through the front door armed and "prepared." They were seen taking someone in handcuffs out the backdoor in mere minutes. The sergeant says this was sparked by an investigation, not a call for service. Police are expected to release more information on Thursday.
(WDAY)—Family members say the surviving twin brother of Justis Burland is getting transferred back to Washington state. Justis Burland was a 6-year-old boy who according to court records died from child abuse in Fergus Falls earlier this month. His twin brother Xavier Burland is now at the center of a heated custody dispute. Their aunt, Angela White tells us the attorneys and prosecutors all agreed to transfer Xavier back to the Spokane area.
FARGO—A scary incident for people in a Downtown Fargo park Monday night. Two Hypodermic needles were found in Island Park where children were playing just feet away. The adult who found them called police around 6:30 p.m. Police told the man to throw them in the trash.