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POLICE

Law enforcement's search for Beulah High School senior Tyler Schaeffer, who had been missing since May 1, 2022, came to an end on Wednesday, May 11, when authorities located his remains.
Law enforcement's search for Beulah High School senior Tyler Schaeffer remains ongoing into its second week as Schaeffer has been missing since May 1, 2022.
Stark County Sheriff's Office K-9 Jerry Lee will be sporting a new protective vest, compliments of a nonprofit organization.
The Dickinson Police Department is getting ready to host the Northwestern School of Police Staff and Command course this summer at Dickinson State University. We spoke with Dickinson Police Lt. Kylan Klauzer to learn more about this course as it will also bring together 11 different law enforcement agencies across the state and three outside of North Dakota to Dickinson.

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Jeffrie Ray Glover Jr., was shot and killed Thursday afternoon at Mott-Regent Public School after allegedly assaulting a deputy with the Hettinger County Sheriff's Office.
The Elk River man went into a coma and went into kidney failure after being injected with ketamine while struggling with police, according to the complaint filed in Minnesota U.S. District Court.
A new reporter for the Wahpeton Daily News posted anti-police sentiment to Facebook during the unrest following George Floyd's killing.
Jamaal Brown, 34, and Alexander Aseph, 32, both of Dickinson, were the two suspects in question and had left the area, prompting a multi-state manhunt. Brown was arrested on Jan. 28, in the great Minneapolis area by the U.S. Marshal Fugitive Task Force. Nine days after Brown's arrest, Aseph was apprehended on Feb. 6 in Mandan, by the U.S. Marshal Fugitive Task Force.
Three deputies of the Stark County Sheriff's Office were recognized Thursday with promotions in a ceremony at the Stark County District Courthouse. Sheriff Corey Lee said he's grateful for their loyal service to the department and the people of Stark County.
The Southwest Narcotics Task Force and area agencies report significant joint-effort arrests.

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Travis Leintz has been promoted to detective sergeant for the Dickinson Police Department, which fills the vacant position previously held by Lt. Kylan Klauzer prior to his promotion earlier this summer.
According to an accident report from the Dickinson Police Department, a 36-year-old Dickinson man was traveling northbound Monday with a 5-year-old boy and began approaching the bridge when the vehicle left the roadway, causing a vertical impact and forced the vehicle to come to a rest on its roof.
Lt. Mike Hanel of the Dickinson Police Department provided a tutorial on how the new emergency response data platform called RapidSOS works.

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