ATV accident injures Minn. man on Highway 2
A four-wheeler accident at 55th Street Southeast and U.S. Highway 2 resulted in injuries to a Minnesota man shortly after midnight Saturday. Pinned under his overturned 2001 Honda ATV was 54-year-old Richard Ernest Rossing, of Chanhassen, Minn. Rossing was transported by Community Ambulance to Trinity Hospital. The extent of his injuries was not reported.
According to a North Dakota Highway Patrol report, Rossing was southbound on 55th Street when wire cable that he was carrying became entangled with the rear axle of the ATV, causing it to roll over and pin the driver underneath.
- Kim Fundingsland
Vincent United Church plans bazaar Tuesday
Vincent United Methodist Women of Minot will hold a bake sale, lunch and rummage sale Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Vincent United Methodist Church, 1024-2nd St. SE. People should use the south door.
A lunch of soup and sandwiches will be served from 11 a.m. until gone, and homemade baked goods will be available all day. Bag bargains will be from 1 to 2 p.m.
U.S. Border Agent injured, suspect arrested
A U.S. Border Patrol Agent was transported to Trinity Hospital Sunday morning after, according to police, a suspect resisted arrest and assaulted the agent. The extent of the agent's injuries was not released by the Minot Police Department.
The incident began at approximately 6:35 a.m. Sunday in the 1400 block of Railway Avenue in Minot when Central Dispatch received a report of an unconscious female lying on the ground, a green Suburban that had struck two unattended vehicles and a driver who was seen fleeing on foot. Minot Police and the Border Patrol located the suspect in the 600 block of Eighth Avenue Northeast where the assault on the Border Patrol officer allegedally occurred.
Arrested was Benjamin Lee Gange, 34, of Lincoln. Gange was charged with assaulting a federal officer, driving under the influence, driving under suspension, fleeing on foot, resisting arrest, reckless driving, two counts of striking an unattended vehicle, two counts of failure to give immediate notice of an accident, two counts of leaving the scene of a property accident and open container in a motor vehicle.
The DUS charge was the ninth against Gange in the past five years and the DUI charge was the second against Gange, polic said. The Federal Bureau of Investigation assumed jurisdiction on the charge of assaulting a federal officer.