Grand Forks Police and SWAT Assist Narcotics Task Force in Executing Search Warrants, Resulting in Arrests


In a coordinated effort, Grand Forks law enforcement, including the Police and SWAT teams, collaborated with the Narcotics Task Force to execute search warrants at two locations in the city. The operation unfolded on Wednesday morning, with a significant police presence observed on the 400 block of Oak Street and later in the afternoon on the 1100 block of 14th Avenue South.

According to Sergeant Pton, who provided details to TRF News, the purpose of the operation was to assist the Narcotics Task Force in conducting searches at the specified locations. As a result of the warrants being executed, arrests were made. However, specific details about the individuals apprehended have not been disclosed at this time.

Residents in the area noticed the heightened police activity, prompting inquiries about the nature of the operation. Fortunately, there were no reported injuries during the execution of the search warrants.

While the names of the suspects remain undisclosed, it is anticipated that further information will be provided once charges are formally filed, likely by Thursday.

Stay tuned for updates as this story develops.

I’m Tom Berg reporting for


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