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GRAND FORKS COUNTY SHERIFF

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General fund set at $45.8 million
Shane Rothenberger, with the sheriff's office only six years, is the third law enforcement officer in North Dakota to be granted this award.
The man was reported having jumped into the river shortly after 4:30 p.m. near the Sorlie Bridge
Schneider made his reelection campaign announcement in a letter sent to the Herald and addressed to county residents, Tuesday morning, March 29. The election will be held in the fall.
According to a Friday, March 25, release from the Grand Forks County Sheriff's Office, the Red River has surpassed the minor flood stage of 28 feet. Access points to the Red River have been deemed unsafe due to rising water levels, ice jams and debris in the river.
“After a thorough review of the facts and law, the State's Attorney’s Office has concluded the actions of the deputies on scene were objectively reasonable and justified in light of the circumstances,” the state’s attorney’s office said in a news release.

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Joseph Espinoza, 37, made his first court appearance for the incident on Thursday, March 3.
Joseph Espinoza is now charged with eight total felonies and three misdemeanors.
Haley Wamstad, the state’s attorney for Grand Forks County, said her office hopes to make a charging decision “in the near term.”

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