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Kittson County, Minn. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--A 19-year-old young man was taken to the hospital after he had to crawl out of his rolled truck. Cole Berg was heading west on Highway 11 in Kittson County when he crossed the center line and went in the ditch around 6:30 Monday morning. The truck rolled, landing on its roof. Berg then crawled out one of the windows before authorities arrived. He was then taken to the Kittson Memorial hospital and is expected to be ok.
BUTLER, Minn. - Authorities in Otter Tail County are looking for a man wanted on multiple warrants who led cops on a multi-county chase, then ran into the woods. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's office says the hunt has been going on since Thursday morning, April 20. William Lundberg, 44, of Sebeka is wanted on multiple warrants. On Wednesday night, Lundberg led authorities on a chase that ended with him getting out of his car near Butler and running. Authorities found and arrested his woman passenger.
FARGO - Witnesses didn't have any description of a thief who struck a south Fargo restaurant Thursday night, April 20. Luna Fargo, 1539 S. University Drive, was getting ready to close at about 10:30 p.m. when someone ran in, grabbed the money bag sitting on the counter and took off, police say. Originally, police thought the call was for a burglary in progress and blocked off streets in the area. No weapons were used, and no one was hurt. It's unknown how much cash the thief stole.
Grand Forks, N.D. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--A young man listed as a swimmer for the University of North Dakota was taken to the Grand Forks jail for possession of marijuana. Jail logs show 19-year-old Joseph Angerhofer was arrested just after midnight Wednesday, April 19. The jail logs also indicate he has been released. The website undsports.com lists Angerhofer as a freshmen sprint freestyle swimmer.
Fargo, N.D. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--People had to stand outside in the rain when a kitchen fire evacuated an apartment. It happened just south of West Acres Cinema in Fargo at 1820 40th St. S.. The call came in around 2:30 Thursday morning for smoke filling the building. Crews were able to put out the flames in about 15 minutes then brought in fans. No major damage was done to the apartment and no one was injured.
Otter Tail County, Minn. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--Two people were taken to the hospital in Fergus Falls after the driver swerved to avoid hitting a deer and rolled. Authorities say it happened around 9:30 Wednesday night near Silver Ridge Road. 34-year-old Justin Stock of Fergus Falls was heading south on the road when he saw the deer, swerved and hit the ditch. Airbags did go off and both were wearing their seatbelts. Stock and his passenger, 28-year-old Megan Stock were both taken to the hospital in Fergus Falls.
Near Argusville, N.D. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--A man is behind bars after jumping bail in Montana, stealing a car in Fargo and running from the cops. The Cass County Sheriff's Department says 41-year-old Aragorn Berger is wanted in Montana on burglary charges. Authorities say around 4:30 Wednesday afternoon, they started a search after a concerned citizen called in. Multiple agencies and K9s were used to find Berger around County Roads 4 and 11 near Argusville. Eventually, police dogs found him and he was arrested for stealing a car and running from authorities.
(WDAY/WDAZ) - A man led deputies on a chase along Highway 10 Wednesday morning. A call came in around 6 a.m. of a driver going the wrong way in Glyndon. The driver continued on the road hitting curbs and almost hit another vehicle. Deputies followed the subject, and watched him run a red light. Authorities then tried to stop the man with stop sticks, but he continued. Police were eventually able to stop him with a pit maneuver.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--Moorhead police say Laundromat thefts are on the rise. Authorities say people are breaking into the machines and stealing quarters. While this isn't a new issue for police, they say it's now turning into a bigger problem. People are asked to be on the lookout for anything suspicious in Laundromats or apartment laundry rooms.
Fargo, N.D. (WDAY/WDAZ-TV)--If you hear the tornado sirens going off in Fargo Wednesday April 18 through April 22, they're planned tests. The city is upgrading alarms and will have to make sure they work. \ An all-out test will be Wednesday, April 26. Normally, sirens are tested the first Wednesday of every month. To stay up-to-date on severe weather, download the WDAY/WDAZ StormTracker app for free.