SWAT Team and Large Police Presence Descend on Grand Forks Apartment Complex in Early Morning Raid

GRAND FORKS, ND (trfnews.i234.me) – In a developing story, Grand Forks witnessed a significant police operation Wednesday morning, as SWAT teams and a large police contingent were dispatched to an apartment building on the 400 block of Oak Street.

At approximately 11:20 a.m., reports flooded in regarding the heightened police presence at the location. Witnesses described SWAT trucks and a multitude of law enforcement vehicles converging on the scene, creating a tense atmosphere in the area.

Interviews with nearby residents revealed a sense of unease as the operation unfolded. One neighbor, who preferred to remain anonymous, recounted the sight of SWAT teams and police officers swarming the building.

Sergeant Kalinin of the Grand Forks Police Department confirmed that the operation was conducted by the Investigations Unit but refrained from divulging further details, citing the ongoing nature of the investigation.

Residents within the apartment complex were reportedly instructed not to leave their units as authorities conducted searches, sparking speculation about the nature of the operation. It remains unclear whether the police were executing a search warrant or targeting specific individuals.

As the situation continues to unfold, residents await further updates. Details are expected to emerge gradually, with potential charges not anticipated until Thursday.

Stay tuned for more information on this developing story.

Reporting live for TRF News, I’m Tom Berg.


  1. Actually, if they have a blanket search warrant, yes, they can tell you to stay in your apt. If you need to leave, you have to ask. If you do leave, they don't have to let you re-enter.

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