A reporter on the scene tells us, the scene is clear now and traffic can go through. She tells us, she talked with neighbors in the area who say they heard what sounded like a gunshot early this morning around 4 AM. They say people have only lived in that house for about a week now.
The Red River Valley SWAT team was called out to a neighborhood in Fargo on Wednesday over what officials are calling a domestic disturbance.
“My property manager thought, she said she didn’t get a good feeling from them. And I guess she was right. They kind of destroyed the place. You go and scrub it down, prime it, paint it, clean it, replace the door,” Landlord of the house Pete Sabo said.
Suspect In Domestic Disturbance In North Fargo Is On The Run
Police have blocked off streets near the 300 block of 19th St. North. Neighbors tell Valley News Live that officers used flash bang grenades and then entered the home.
Valley News Live has a crew on scene and is monitoring the situation so keep checking back for new information.
FARGO,N.D. (KFGO) – A man is being sought in connection with a domestic incident at a north Fargo home.
Police were called to the house at 325 19th Street North shortly after 5 a.m. Wednesday where they learned 41-year old David Suarez, of Fargo injured the victim and threatened her life if she called police.
As a result, police set up a perimeter and obtained a search warrant for the residence. The heavily armed Red River Valley SWAT Team served the warrant but Suarez was not found. Phone contact was eventually made with Suarez, who said he was in Grand Forks.
Detectives leaving the scene early this afternoon were seen carrying a rifle or shotgun from the house.
Suarez is still at large and is wanted for aggravated domestic assault and terrorizing. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact local law enforcement.
FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – Fargo police responded to a domestic disturbance call around 5 a.m. Wednesday at a home AT 325 19th Street North.
Police Chief Dave Todd told KFGO News a man barricaded himself inside the house and made threats so Red River Valley Swat was called in a short time later.
A woman inside is safe. Police say she was “treated” but not taken to the hospital. Police are still looking for the man who may have escaped. They are not able to say if the man is a threat to the public.
A one block stretch of 19th Street that was blocked off early this morning was reopened about 12:30 p.m. as SWAT and police cleared the scene. Detectives were observed carrying a rifle from the house as they departed.