Homeless Man at Church Alarms Concerned Mother: Police Intervene After Disturbing Behavior Reported

GRAND FORKS, ND (trfnews.i234.me) – In a recent incident near the Grand Forks Mission, police responded to a call from a worried mother regarding a homeless individual frequenting a church. The man, who claimed to be a pastor, reportedly unnerved residents by loitering at the church entrance and engaging in concerning behavior. Disturbed by his actions, the mother shared her unease about him interacting with children, especially when he removed his shirt and offered them soap, claiming to have candy.

Police Intervention

Responding to the mother’s call, authorities approached the man and instructed him to vacate the premises. Although not detained, he was escorted off the property, ensuring he could no longer loiter near the church or interact with the neighborhood children.

This incident underscores the challenges faced by both homeless individuals and concerned community members, highlighting the need for effective communication and intervention strategies to address such situations promptly.

I’m Neil Berg reporting for trfnews.i234.me

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