Update: Suspicious death in Moorhead ruled homicide, suspect arrested in California

Photo by: WDAY Radio Staff
Photo by: WDAY Radio Staff

(Moorhead, MN) -- In an update to a story WDAY Radio first brought to you earlier this week, a suspicious death reported in Moorhead has now been ruled a homicide, and the suspect is in custody.

The preliminary autopsy results from the Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office for the victim from the April 17th incident confirmed the man's identity as 60-year-old Terry Klevgaard, of Moorhead. The cause of death has been listed as "multiple sharp force injuries." The investigation determined that the victim was last seen on April 1st.

The suspect in this homicide, identified as 57-year-old Robert Icanberry, who has no permanent address, traveled to California after being in Moorhead. He has been located and taken into custody in the town of Freemont.

Investigators from the Moorhead Police Department and the Minnesota Bureau of Apprehension have traveled to California to interview Icanberry. He is currently being held at the Alameda County Jail on an arrest warrant from the Clay County Attorney's Office.

Icanberry will be extradited to the Clay County Correctional Facility in the coming days.

Moorhead PD says that the case is still actively under investigation.