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S. and the caller told emergency dispatchers that a man shot himselfHowever when officers arrived the caller was not at the apartment and a gun was found police said The caller’s identity is unknown and the victim’s identity was not releasedAn initial investigation showed that the death was a homicide not a suicide Police then determined Riley was the suspectHe’s described as a white man 5-foot-11 about 185 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes He’s believed to be driving a gray 2003 Dodge Ram pickup truck with a gray topper and Minnesota plates 400NTEIf Riley or the truck are spotted police ask that the public not approach him because he may be armed Instead the public should call 911 to alert law enforcementAtlee Moet a neighbor of the victim said she was at home Friday and sleeping on her couch when the shooting was reported and she did not hear any gunshots Moet said she didn’t know the victim that well but “I saw him often running into each other in the hallway” Moet said she didn’t recognize the suspect but she immediately recognized the gray 2003 Dodge Ram pickup truck as the victim’s Police wouldn’t confirm whether the pickup belonged to the victimMoet said she heard a lot of commotion coming from the victim’s second-floor apartment on Tuesday Sept 18 She said at one point Tuesday night there was loud pounding on the door followed by someone yelling“Fargo police” However she said she never saw any law enforcement Police haven’t confirmed if there were other recent calls to the apartment On Friday evening Fargo police were still on scene investigating A cardboard barrier was set up on the victim’s balcony apparently to conceal the crime sceneSt Croix County Sheriff Scott Knudson said investigators found an unloaded AR-15 rifle Friday March 30 in Nicholas H Cherrier’s car and a prosecutor said the 18-year-old had about 3500 rounds of ammunition in the bedroom of Somerset homeProsecutors charged Cherrier on Monday April 2 with one count of terroristic threats a felony that if convicted carries a maximum penalty of three and-a-half years in prison and a $10000 fine He’s also charged with disorderly conductSt Croix County Circuit Court Judge Edward Vlack set a $10000 cash bond in the case during Cherrier’s initial court appearanceKnudson said the investigation remained active and that detectives will "follow the facts""When people make comments especially in today’s climate about shooting kids it’s definitely going to get our attention" Knudson said "We are going to put a lot of resources into ensuring the public’s safety"Law enforcement officials and educators have been on high alert in recent weeks after a school shooting left 17 people dead in Parkland Florida Students in Hudson River Falls and Ellsworth just across the Minnesota border in Wisconsin have been questioned by authorities after allegedly making school-shooting remarksBond conditions prohibit Cherrier a 2017 New Richmond High School graduate from contacting his employer Nor-Lake or any of its employees He is also barred from entering school grounds and from possessing firearms weapons or explosivesAccording to a criminal complaint:St Croix County sheriff’s deputies were called Friday March 30 to Nor-Lake a refrigeration manufacturing business in the town of Hudson where a company official wanted to report concerns about comments Cherrier made at workThe official said he’d learned from employees that Cherrier had made threats of violence kept an assault rifle in the trunk of his car and discussed "purchasing armor piercing ammo and a bullet proof vest to shoot a bunch of kids" the complaint statesHe had also made comments about shooting at his workplace if he were to be fired; he was "on thin ice" at work the official told the deputy noting that Cherrier had been arriving late to work Deputies went to Cherrier’s home and stopped a pickup that contained three people including CherrierA deputy told Cherrier he was being investigated for comments he reportedly made at work Cherrier admitted to saying he wanted to shoot kids but that he was joking He also admitted to carrying an AR-15 in his car’s trunkDeputies spoke with Cherrier’s father who dismissed allegations that his son had made threats He told officers that Cherrier was an Eagle Scout and a "quiet and gentle person" who worked two full-time jobs while saving money to buy landUnconvinced by officers’ statements that Cherrier had granted permission to have his room and car searched the father denied a search of his property without a warrant He later allowed a search after deputies allowed him to speak with Cherrier on the phoneDeputies found several "Don’t Tread on Me" flags on the walls of Cherrier’s room along with a loaded shotgun between his bed and a gun safeIn addition to "many knives and cutting tools" discovered in the room deputies also found confiscated items including:– Five loaded 30-round AR-15 magazines– A bucket containing 1400 rounds of 22-caliber ammunition– More than 200 rounds of 556mm ammunition– A 22-caliber rifle with a scopeAn investigator learned Cherrier told a coworker he wanted to buy a Glock handgun and shotgun ammunition at Walmart but couldn’t because of his age The coworker said Cherrier told him on March 28 he had spent $168 on 22-caliber ammunition along with 556mm rounds and three magazines for his AR-15Cherrier remarked that the AR-15 ammunition was "to shoot kids" which the coworker said was an "alarming" response according to the complaint The coworker said Cherrier "made the remark with a straight face and did not state that it was a joke" the charging document statesWisconsin court records show Cherrier has no prior criminal history"To donate an item for the silent auction, it was Officer Browning who was zapped by the Taser, She cited Trump’s proposed cutbacks to the Department of Health and Human Services as well as Housing and Urban Development, D-Minn. echoing what she’d said earlier at the meeting which was attended by local leaders and nonprofit officials from throughout the area Jake Schwitzer a state policy adviser with Franken’s office said that the meeting would help Franken during the budgeting process"The president’s budget is not the final word by any means" he said "It’s the first word"Trump’s proposed 2018 budget released earlier this month includes big changes in discretionary spending including about $26 billion cut from the Environmental Protection Agency roughly $47 billion cut from the Department of Agriculture and close to $126 billion cut from the Department of Health and Human Services Veterans Affairs Homeland Security and defense all see increases in discretionary spending with a more than $52 billion increase for the latterOn Tuesday Joe Hedrick manager of the Thief River Falls Regional Airport also discussed his worries regarding possible elimination of the Essential Air Services program which subsidizes the cost of flights to rural airports Those subsidies he argued help draw companies to the regionMultiple attendees commented on how many of the federal dollars spent help keep other costs from being passed to local taxpayers If a program to help heat an impoverished home loses funding perhaps that person goes to a shelter—shifting a cost burden not eliminating it"We don’t assume all of these cuts will happen but some of them will" Schwitzer said "Some of them will happen to one extent or another It’s important to take the president at his word here"Amid the noise dust equipment and multitude of boxes about 150 workers in hard hats were busy late last week working in the 70000-square-foot addition and the rest of the school"They’ve really been pushing" said Loer while pointing out features—finished and planned—of the project that was approved by about 56 percent of voters in a bond issue referendum in November 2015The addition houses a new gym weight room and fitness center two locker rooms band and choir rooms two art rooms and "a nice new area for our drama students with new dressing rooms makeup rooms and bathrooms" Loer saidThe new space also includes a lab for science technology engineering and math—or STEM—education and an administrative wing with offices for the principal and superintendent and a conference roomRenovation has affected to some degree every part in the school"Every room for the most part got a little bit of something—whether it was a new door or electrical outlets new paint a new locking system for their door something" Loer said "Some got a lot more than others"Space in building additions that were constructed in 1990 and 1995 didn’t need a lot of work because they are fairly new he said"We renovated every bathroom every science lab and our existing locker rooms and moved and renovated our FACS Family and Consumer Sciences room"Building additionJust inside the north entrance to the addition which houses the gym is a large commons area where two large video screens will be installed to promote upcoming events Loer said Using interactive technology anyone can view such things as historic photos or past yearbooksNearby are rooms designated as a concessions stand and a "pep shop" where students and fans will purchase school-themed apparelInside the gym a second-story running and walking track which encircles the perimeter will be available for public use during after-school hours Loer saidThe gym can be divided into two regulation-size basketball courts allowing for two games to be played at once Two scoreboards are situated on each side of the gymThe first athletic contest to take place in the gym a girls’ volleyball match with Kittson County Central is set for Sept 7 Loer emphasized that the project was meant to improve all aspects of the high school experience not just athletics—and that’s how it was sold to voters"We built it for athletics for academics for the arts for everything" he saidThe art rooms—equipped with sinks cupboards and a kiln—are flooded with natural light from tall windowsThe band and choir rooms were relocated to space that is much closer to the Performing Arts Center The band room has an exterior door which gives musicians easy access to the football field The choir room is wired with a new sound system speakers and a drinking fountainSeveral smaller rooms nearby stand ready for individual and ensemble practice sessionsA music common area where students can lounge in their free time is painted bright orange and furnished with high-top tables lending a kind of collegiate vibe to the spacePlanning began in ’14Project planning began in fall 2014 and the project was launched in mid-May 2016 with ground-breaking for the football field Loer said That phase was completed in time for the launch of the football season last fallConstruction of the new addition "has been ongoing the whole last school year" Loer saidThen this past spring "on May 22 (workers) came in here like gangbusters"Green Wave students will be the big winners when the project is completed he said"With all the new spaces students will have a lot more opportunities and better equipment to work with better facilities to work in" Loer said"People tend to work better in newer space a more up-to-date space" he saidNew and renovated facilities have been designed with collaboration in mind"We’re getting the most updated wireless access points just more technology in rooms and more spaces for kids to be able to work together and cooperate" he saidAbout 80 subcontractors and suppliers—many of them local—have been involved in the project said Bill Blair project manager with Construction Engineers of Grand Forks the general contractorBlair is confident that the work will be done before school starts he said "We’ll have it done for the kids"Any final touch-up and minor tasks that need to be done after classes begin will be done evenings Loer said "They’ll work around us""The public is going to be very happy" with the results he saidAn open house will be planned and announced by Construction Engineers probably in late September terminals and restaurants located within its facilities.
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