City News Roomhttp://www.cityoffargo.com/news-events/city-news-roomNews from the City of Fargo, NDen-ushttp://fargond.gov/news-rssGrant Funded Distracted Driving Enforcement Period Sept. 1-30http://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=5d67db960c2c16068599400d<p>The Fargo Police Department, along with many others throughout North Dakota and our country, will be conducting extra enforcement details looking for distracted drivers September 1-30.</p> 2019-08-29T14:05:26.223ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageHigh Risk Sex Offender Notification: 510 4 St. S.http://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=5ce8279fc3701ab551513ee7<p>The Fargo Police Department is notifying the community that a registered sex offender, Ian Chase Allery, registered his address at Prairie St. John’s, 510 4 St S, Fargo, ND. Allery has been assessed as a high-risk offender by the North Dakota Risk Assessment Committee.</p> 2019-05-24T17:19:27.626ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageDark Intersections To Be Treated As "All-way" Stopshttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=5cae0179975eedd708f0e01f<p>Due to the number of power outages that commonly occur during the summer months, the Fargo Police Department would like to remind drivers when traffic signals are “dark,” North Dakota Century Code 39-10-22 requires drivers to treat intersections as an all-way stop.</p> 2019-04-11T14:07:40.544ZThe City of FargoHome Page PostsPolice HomepagePoliceFargo Police Ask Businesses not to Accept $100 Bills with Serial Number B21704735Dhttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=5beb2ace08254ff2ab6936bc<p>Since October, we've taken several reports of counterfeit $100 bills being circulated in our area, mostly at gas stations. The group of individuals enter the gas station and prepay for $10 in gas, pay with the counterfeit $100 bill and get the $90 back in real money. All the bills have the serial number: B21704735D.</p> 2018-11-13T19:49:34.919ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageFargo Police Billing for False Alarms http://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=597b7403305c6ac9053b46a0<p>The Fargo Police Department will start billing for excessive alarms from July 1 through December 31, 2017.</p> 2017-09-19T20:11:42.625ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice Homepage