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Gun-related incidents in Fargo led to arrest of two brothers

Fargo, North Dakota – Fargo law enforcement has apprehended two local brothers linked to separate firearm incidents occurring on Sunday and Monday.

Responding to a distress call in the early hours of Sunday, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office and West Fargo Police arrived at an apartment complex situated on the 2200 block of 6th Avenue South, following reports of a gunshot being discharged in the building’s hallway.

Later in the afternoon, officers were dispatched to a second disturbance at an apartment complex on the 700 block of 23rd Street South. A resident had reported an assault by an armed assailant. The suspect, identified as 24-year-old Pasqual Lawia, was apprehended several blocks from the scene of the incident. The assault victim sustained injuries, which, fortunately, were not deemed life-threatening.

In relation to the morning gun discharge incident, Pasqual’s elder brother, Mark Lawia, aged 26, was arrested. Upon Pasqual’s arrest, authorities also seized Mark’s firearm from the premises.

The Lawia brothers are currently in custody, facing an array of charges.

Hobert Worrell

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