FARGO — “What did you see, Will?” The question was asked many times during interviews Fargo police conducted with William Hoehn in August 2017, just days after a very pregnant Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind disappeared from a north Fargo apartment building.
FARGO — The attorney for a man charged with conspiring to murder Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind said his client is not guilty of that crime, but he is guilty of something else — loving his co-defendant too much.
FARGO — Opening statements and testimony are to start Wednesday, Sept. 19, in the trial of a man accused of conspiring to murder Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, whose body was discovered in the Red River in August 2017 barren of the infant girl she was pregnant with. On Tuesday, Sept. 18, the trial for William Hoehn began in Cass County District Court with the selection of 12 jurors and two alternates, a group comprised of roughly an equal number of men and women.
FARGO — Most people in the Fargo-Moorhead area may have forgotten the heavy rains that fell over the course of two days in late August. Not Ben Prather.
FARGO — A former Fargo day care provider is facing a felony count of child neglect after authorities reportedly found her slurring her words and intoxicated while caring for nine children.
FARGO — For want of a bicycle light, a man is now facing a felony terrorizing charge after reportedly leading police on a chase that ended when officers tackled the man off the bike he was fleeing on. An officer on patrol Wednesday, Aug. 29, noticed a man riding a bicycle without a light, which is required after dark, according to Cass County District Court documents.
FARGO — Everyone deserves to have someone who cares about them, and that’s particularly true for young people making decisions about directions to take in life. That message was the upshot of a gathering held here Tuesday, Aug. 28, that included parents, law enforcement officials and educators keen on finding ways to prevent and treat destructive addictions.
FARGO — Windows were broken and cars sustained damage Sunday morning, Aug. 26, when thunderstorms hit the region with hail and rain. Strong winds also blew through the region, with wind speeds reaching 70 mph in some communities Sunday night. Hail 2½ inches in diameter pummeled the Davenport, N.D., area Sunday morning, while nearby Horace and Hickson saw 1½-inch hail, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Forks.
FARGO — A judge has denied a request from a closed Fargo child care center to reinstate the business’ license while it challenges a license revocation action. Curious Kids Childcare, 1101 19th Ave. N., has been closed since its license expired July 21 and was not renewed by the North Dakota Department of Human Services.
VALLEY CITY, N.D. — The North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation is looking into whether a criminal act was to blame for the death of 72-year-old Warren Lindvold, who died after he was arrested July 15 by Valley City police on suspicion of DUI.