Fargo Police Department actively monitoring for potential threats

The Fargo Police Department (FPD) is actively monitoring for credible threats and suspicious behavior in relation to the violent actions exhibited at the Capitol Building in Washington D.C.

Mayor Dr. Tim Mahoney and Fargo Police Chief David Zibolski have been in regular communication throughout this event to ensure readiness. Chief Zibolski has also been in contact with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in a proactive measure to ensure local law enforcement has been provided with critical information from federal authorities.

The Fargo Police Department respects every person’s right to peacefully assemble and protest but is prepared to work collaboratively with the community to keep residents safe. Suspicious behavior can be reported via the FPD’s Tip 411 app on a mobile device, by visiting http://bit.ly/3knQsw4 or by texting “FARGOPD” and your tip to 847411.

This is a developing news story. Stay tuned to AM1100TheFlag.com for updates.