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Police Make Arrests For Mandan Murder

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Police made two arrests connected to the murder of the Mandan man found dead in his home back in January.

After a two-month investigation, officers arrested John McKinney, 25, and Warren "Travis" Pfetzer, 38, in connection to Alex Lansdon's murder. 

McKinney is facing murder and evidence tampering charges and is being held in Stark County.   Pfetzer is facing evidence tampering, terrorizing and felon possessing a firearm charges and is being held in Morton County.

Police say the case is still being actively investigated, and there is a strong potential that additional people will be linked to the crime. 

We will keep you updated with information when it becomes available.

 

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