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Grand Forks man arrested for vandalizing trees

A Grand Forks man was arrested Sunday for vandalizing dozens of trees on 17th Avenue South, Grand Forks Police said. Michael Davis, 25, allegedly snapped the trees, according to police. The trees two to three years old, according to Mike Fugazzi,...

A Grand Forks man was arrested Sunday for vandalizing dozens of trees on 17th Avenue South, Grand Forks Police said.

Michael Davis, 25, allegedly snapped the trees, according to police. The trees two to three years old, according to Mike Fugazzi, forestry operations manager for Grand Forks.

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