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Man Reported Seeing a Body by River

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  Moorhead Police had their hands full Friday morning as they followed up on a report of dead body that turned out to be non-existent. 

   Officers responded to the Hjemkomst Center just after 4:30am after a man called 911 reporting that he saw a dead body in the woods. Police arrived to find an extremely intoxicated man who was unable to identify where he had seen the body.

  To insure no one was in need of help... police spent the better part of two hours searching an area near the Red River with K9 teams from the Fargo Police Department and called in the Valley Water Rescue team.

   Police determined there was no body. The man who made the report was not charged, but taken to detox until he sobered up.  

 

 

 

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