THE FLENSBURGER FILES Never buy a combi-lock! Always use one with a key!
Normally, I do not advocate for things on this column for reasons that I usually keep my thoughts and stories as neutral and interesting as possible. But this column should force many of us ... Posted on 3/20/12 at 4:30 AM
A Grand Forks car dealership was burglarized early Sunday morning, according to police. Officers responded to a report of breaking glass at Jay Holms Valley Auto Sales at about 4 a.m. and discovered a broken window, according to a news release.
After two days of selection, a jury was seated late Tuesday afternoon in the joint trial of Allen Ratliff, Nathan Ratliff and Cody Boulduc on felony charges of assault, burglary and theft in the alleged break-in of a Grand Forks trailer home.
The trial of three men charged with felony burglary and assault in the break-in of a trailer home in Grand Forks opened Monday with jury selection complicated by a courtroom packed with extra potential jurors, law enforcement, defendants and their lawyers.
His owner didn’t fully wake up until the next morning when she came into her kitchen to find a wet floor. Agnes Larson said she blamed Clancy not realizing it was from the burglar's boots. “But then I found this crowbar laying there and the deck door ajar.”
Waking to the sound of creaking floorboards made by a burglar early Thursday in his north Grand Forks home, Greg Kaml grabbed the revolver he keeps for such a time. He confronted the stranger, who packed a pistol, hit him over the head with the gun butt, chased him outside and shot twice as the man ran away.
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