A woman was recently arrested in Fargo for her alleged role in a domestic dispute. This event occurred Wed. Jan. 13, at a motel on the city’s south side. This individual is now facing weapons, drugs and other charges as a result.
According to reports, police were called to the Motel 6 located at 12th Avenue South and 36th Street just after midnight. When they arrived, they found the accused — a 32-year-old female — and a male outside. The female walked toward the police and immediately complied with their demands. She was arrested without incident.
The accused is said to have in the direction of the male at some point. She did not hit him, however. The reason for their argument is unknown. In the end, she was charged with possession of marijuana, reckless endangerment and having a stolen firearm on her person.
Authorities say this individual also had a warrant out for her arrest for a burglary/home invasion. The accused is officially a resident in another state. It is unclear if the warrant was issued in North Dakota or her home state.
The filed against the accused all have serious consequences if she is ultimately convicted. She is looking at significant fines and time behind bars, among other penalties. How she approaches her case is going to make all the difference in the final outcome. With the assistance of a Fargo-based criminal defense attorney, this individual can question the evidence offered against her, defend herself in the way deemed most appropriate for her circumstances and fight for the best possible outcome.