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Update: Person taken into custody after police response on Main Street in Cavalier

CAVALIER, N.D. -- A person has been taken into custody after a law enforcement responded to Main Street in Cavalier. WDAY News learned the situation ended when the person was taken to the hospital for mental evaluation. No one was injured. Offier...

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CAVALIER, N.D. -- A person has been taken into custody after a law enforcement responded to Main Street in Cavalier.

 

WDAY News learned the situation ended when the person was taken to the hospital for mental evaluation. No one was injured.

 

Offiers appeared at the scene for a report of a gunman, according to media reports, prompting law enforcement to tell nearby residents to take shelter. Pembina County Memorial Hospital was on lock down.

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The Herald was unable to verify what caused the response.

 

Check back for updates as this story develops.

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