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Fargo man accused of throwing Quran through window into crib

Fargo police say a 40-year-old Fargo man is accused of throwing the holy book of Islam through an apartment window, and the book and glass shards landed in the crib of a sleeping 6-month-old baby, the Fargo Forum reports. Dominique Jason Flanigan is charged with felony reckless endangerment as well as misdemeanor simple assault. He's also accused of punching the baby’s father.
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Fargo police say a 40-year-old Fargo man is accused of throwing the holy book of Islam through an apartment window, and the book and glass shards landed in the crib of a sleeping 6-month-old baby, the Fargo Forum reports. Dominique Jason Flanigan is charged with felony reckless endangerment as well as misdemeanor simple assault. He's also accused of punching the baby’s father.

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