CARE unit disturbance results in arrest

Published 11:23am Thursday, October 24, 2013

A 40-year-old Kimball, Minn. man was arrested Wednesday afternoon after he became angry and aggressive toward staff at the Fergus Falls Community Addiction for Recovery Enterprise unit, according to police.

The man was throwing and swinging wooden chairs, causing staff to flee to a safe room in fear.

He reportedly followed them and hit an enforced door, breaking it.

He was arrested for terroristic threats, fifth-degree assault, criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct.

No injuries were reported.

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