Minnesota man suspected of threatening U.S. courthouse in Fargo

The U.S. Marshal Service says a Battle Lake man was wanted for threats against the U.S. Courthouse and the police department in Fargo. At his weekend arrest he tried to flee authorities but was subdued with a Taser.
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The U.S. Marshal Service says a Battle Lake man was wanted for threats against the U.S. Courthouse and the police department in Fargo. At his weekend arrest he tried to flee authorities but was subdued with a Taser.

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