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BURGLARY

Police say 20-year-old Keyshawn Klubben is the suspect in an armed burglary and attacked jail staff while being booked.
Rachel Stone, a Moorhead School Board member and the first African American Mrs. North Dakota International, said her office was targeted, but she is determined to move forward.
Michael Andrew Lankowicz, 18, has been sentenced to seven months with the Grand Forks County Correctional Center and two years of supervised probation upon his release.
Elsabeth Burns, 31, of Bismarck, was found lying beside South Columbia Road with minor injuries on her arms and feet early Thursday morning, April 29. Police suspect she could be responsible for significant damage to the nearby Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons building.

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Michael Lankowicz, 18, appeared for a preliminary hearing on charges of burglary, robbery, misdemeanor assault and misdemeanor domestic violence. A judge found enough probable cause to proceed with the case, but an accomplice's interview with police raised questions about whether a jury could find proof beyond a reasonable doubt that the pair had intended to commit a robbery.
Christopher Douglas Johnson, 30, of Prior Lake, Minn., pleaded not guilty to felony burglary and misdemeanor attempted sexual assault on Wednesday, Feb. 17.
Matthew Isadore Kuznia, 21, faces charges of theft, burglary, forcible entry into a vehicle and misdemeanor criminal mischief.
When Spencer Sternhagen's southern Minnesota home was searched, authorities found clothing that appeared to match those of a man seen on video breaking into a Renville County pharmacy and stealing hundreds of prescription drugs. He's now facing drug possession and burglary charges.
Torri Jem Smithee, 29, of Grand Forks, faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine, if convicted of burglary.
Floren Crossdog, 19, and Michael Lankowicz, 18, each face several charges related to the Nov. 19 incident when they allegedly forced their way into a woman's home to steal her possessions.

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Police responded to reports of a burglary at two Crookston businesses on Saturday morning, Oct. 24.
Mason Cruz Demontigny, 19, of Fargo, Keegan Julian Hofstad, 20, of Grand Forks, and Austin Jacob Suedel, 21, of Grand Forks, each pleaded guilty to involvement in a burglary, robbery and assault in a Grand Forks apartment in April.
Three men accused of physically assaulting and robbing a Grand Forks man in his apartment in April will go to trial on Oct. 20, and a fourth will go to trial on Nov. 27. The fifth man involved is scheduled for a change of plea hearing on Oct. 19.

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