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Grafton man attacked deputy after home burglary arrest, police say

Police say 20-year-old Keyshawn Klubben is the suspect in an armed burglary and attacked jail staff while being booked.

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Keyshawn Klubben, 20, of Grafton, ND.
Walsh County Jail
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GRAFTON — A 20-year-old Grafton man is facing multiple charges after police allege he broke into a home with a gun and then later attacked a deputy while being booked into jail.

The Grafton Police Department says 20-year-old Keyshawn Klubben was arrested Wednesday, March 23, after investigators linked him to a home break-in when they found a gun they say was involved in the crime, along with drugs and $19,618 in cash at Klubben's residence.

According to Walsh County Jail staff, Klubben was uncooperative during his intake and injured a deputy while they attempted to secure him.

Klubben is facing multiple charges, including possession of meth with intent to deliver, burglary and simple assault on a peace officer.

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