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FARGO—In Washington D.C. Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe's firing has rattled the political sphere. Representatives and Senators from the President's own party have expressed concerns. "I believe when it comes to this issue, we need as much transparency as possible and make sure it wasn't politically motivated," said South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham. "I think this was a horrible day for democracy, to have firings from the top," said Arizona Senator Senator Jeff Flake.
MOORHEAD—A man arrested during an officer-involved shooting made his second court appearance on Friday. 29-year-old Domonique Crayton is charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor after authorities say the woman he was inside the car with, tried to shoot a State Trooper in Moorhead. In the Clay County Courthouse Friday morning Crayton once again insisted his legal name is 'Donald Moor El.'
CLAY COUNTY—Officers in Clay County have discovered more than $35,000 dollars worth in stolen goods. A local business owner is accused of taking the high-ticket items. 36-year-old Jesse Klosterman is charged with felony theft after the Clay County Sheriff's Office says it found a snowmobile trailer with four machines and other stolen items at Klosterman's shop. Which is in rural Clay County at Straightline Inc. a parking lot maintenance company.
FARGO—A student in Fargo is now expelled, after school officials say they were caught recording over 30 girls in a dressing room. The Fargo Police Department is investigating the recording, confiscated at Oak Grove Lutheran School. According to staff, the device was set up inside a girl's dressing room on February 22nd. It was recording until someone spotted it. School officials say it took less than an hour to catch the camera rolling. Filming exactly 51 minutes were recorded inside a girl's dressing room during a theatre performance.
Just about everyone fell victim to the weather Monday; both little cars and big buses.
FARGO—Neighbors who woke up to crime tape Friday morning say it's all too familiar. Neighbors just repeated the same of what we heard about 2 months ago, when a shooting happened in the same apartment. In fact, when that shooting happened, we spoke with the suspect in this case David Habiger, who described what he heard when shots were fired from his lower level apartment. Now, police have been inside Habiger's apartment instead and neighbors say the police presence only continues to grow.
FARGO—Police first came to an apartment building off of 10th St. N in Fargo around 6:30 Friday morning. According to Chief David Todd, a man called 911 saying he had been in a fight that killed another man. That caller is 29-year-old Daniel Habiger has been arrested. Police say Habiger lives in a lower level unit in the building, which is also where the body was discovered. Throughout the morning, police collected evidence in this homicide case. On Friday Chief David Todd, wouldn't say if any weapons were involved.
NORTH DAKOTA—More than 50 School Resource Officers, or deputies, are scattered throughout the state of North Dakota, protecting the state's students. The National Association of SRO's says it has officers in 20-percent of schools nationwide, most of them, are concentrated in urban areas. The Association says rural schools are slowly catching up, but some, like Northern Cass in Hunter, are ahead of the curve. Thursday is a typical day for Officer Joe, which is what kids at Northern Cass call him.
FARGO—A Grand Forks woman has started a petition to get rid of the principal of Fargo North High School. It all stems from an incident at Fargo North High School on Feb. 12. A video that people say shows the fight has started circulating on the web, and now, some are calling into question the administration and how they handled the situation. Video of a fight first hit the airwaves on KPPP-FM this weekend. Monday, the video has prompted a petition to oust the principal of Fargo North, where this reported fight happened.
MOORHEAD—During a nationwide shortage of police officers, Moorhead PD is celebrating its newest member. Newly instated officer, Adam Jenson, is joining the force. Mayor Del Rae Williams swore in Officer Jenson Friday afternoon. He was surrounded by officers from the department, family and friends. enson says he's ready to take on his new duties as part of the force.