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EAST GRAND FORKS POLICE

Shell casings found on 1100 block of North 39th Street.
Amber Hardtke, who now works at a different treatment center in Minnesota, alleges her constitutional rights were violated.
Jenessa Kelley, 21, of Crookston, struck a vehicle on DeMers Avenue in East Grand Forks multiple times minutes before causing a deadly crash blocks away in Grand Forks on Saturday, Jan. 9.
The worry among police is that Line 3 protests could become akin to the 2016 Dakota Access Pipeline protests near Mandan, N.D.

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On Monday night, Grand Forks police were dispatched to a Dollar Tree discount store after a caller reported employees there weren’t wearing masks over their noses. The next night, officers were called to a Valley Dairy gas station following a report that customers weren’t wearing masks there at all.
In response to recent national protests, the East Grand Forks Police Department has updated its policy on choke holds and is considering purchasing more riot gear. The UND Police Department reviewed, but did not update, its use-of-force policy, and is anticipating more changes at the national level. And no changes are yet planned within the Grand Forks Police Department.
Policeman who died this week is the fourth Grand Forks or East Grand Forks officer to die in the line of duty.
Though all in-person events and ceremonies are canceled this year, Bonnie Andrys will honor the week quietly: by visiting the grave of her husband, former EGFPD officer Kenneth Olson, who was killed in the line of duty in 1978.
Rift between staff and police officer reflects different points of view when dealing with addicted individuals and the fallout from ongoing drug use.
Area police departments report a quiet Halloween, keeping with a recent trend as "trunk-or-treat" events become more popular.

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EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. — Police are warning drivers to stay off the Greenway of Greater Grand Forks after a vehicle driving on it caused possible damage to the levee system.
Here are two telephone numbers to remember: 701-787-8000 and 218-773-1104. They are the non-emergency numbers for the police departments in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks, respectively.
On Tuesday, the city of East Grand Forks swore in five corporals, the first in the history of the city’s police department.

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