Wednesday News Update (3/01)
Welcome to your news update.
SCHUMACHER HOME TO BE DEMOLISHED
The home of the man who started an armed standoff killing Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer just over a year ago is going to be demolished this week.
The city says the boarded-up Schumacher home will be knocked down tomorrow or Friday to make way for a Habitat for Humanity project.
Last February, Marcus Schumacher shot and killed Officer Moszer, then himself, following a domestic disturbance.
The north Fargo home has extensive damage from the heavy gunfire, tear gas, and SWAT vehicle that crashed into it.
The city says Michelle Schumacher foreclosed on the property, and demolition will happen as soon as utilities are off.
Habitat for Humanity says it'll likely start building a home on the lot this summer.
MAN PINNED BETWEEN TRUCKS
Sad update to a story we first brought you.
One man is dead after he was pinned between two large trucks in south Fargo.
A co-worker of Custom Truck and Auto Shine backed a truck out of a garage about 8:00 yesterday morning.
The driver didn't see another truck still parked outside of the garage, and pinned a co-worker between the two trucks.
Emergency crews say the victim was breathing when they arrived, but later died at the emergency room.
Names haven't been released.
The death is still under investigation.
SEVEN STORES TARGETED
No one has been charged or arrested in connection to a 7-store burglary at a Fargo Strip mall.
The crime took place just after 6 yesterday morning at the University Square Mall on
South University Drive, near the Bowler.
Police say the thieves only took money - but destroyed the walls of every store to access all seven.
They don't know how much money was taken. The case is still being investigated.
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