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"Once, mainline train yards,AB licenses allow on-sale and off-sale of all kinds of alcohol without any limits, On Thursday,"I never have any dealings with police my entire life,D. area where Yanick’s mother Sarah Larsen Tade was a pastor before they relocated to a different congregation in WindomHowever Tade thinks the incident could have been avoided if officers had asked for identification from him at the startPolice maintain they had to act quickly because of their suspect’s history of violence They also described the suspect as "physically fit" a characteristic that Tade does possess He’s on the track team at Concordia and played football and wrestled in high schoolAs for schooling he’s a neuroscience major for now with a possible eye on medical school down the lineAccount discrepanciesThe father and son’s recollection and that of the officers involved differ in several waysFargo police said as they approached Tade that morning they called him by the suspect’s name and for whatever reason Tade acknowledged themTade said he only recalls an officer asking "How’s it going" before ordering him to stand His father heard nothing before the arrestThe elder Tade said when he asked why his son was being arrested a gun was pointed his way and the officer shouted "Stay away from me"When he pointed out Tade was his son the officer said "He beat up his girlfriend last night" to which the father replied "No we stayed in a hotel room together"Contrary to the father and son’s account Fargo police said one officer was holding a Taser in case force was necessary no guns were displayed and that the unarmed airport security guard indicated he did not see any of the officers with a pistol outPolice also said there’s no indication the officers violated department policy or Tade’s constitutional rights’Just trying to do their job’There is no surveillance video of the June 3 encounter Shawn Dobberstein executive director of Fargo’s Municipal Airport Authority said the airport’s surveillance system purges video after about three weeksTade said he didn’t post his Facebook video until early August because he was busy with the summer program and research at Concordia and didn’t reflect upon the incident until he went home to WindomHe made the video he said because friends kept asking what happened and misinformation was being spreadHis father said he considered talking with police about the incident but his son wanted to focus instead on his upcoming trip and studies"If he’s that brave to tell me that I better let him go and do it" Noel Tade saidWhile the experience was "extremely hurtful" and one Yanick Tade said he’ll never forget he won’t view law enforcement any differently"I know in most instances they’re just trying to do their job Everybody makes mistakes" Tade saidThe programs were among six extracurricular activities that were scrutinized two years ago as the district looked to tighten its financial beltThe board ultimately eliminated four programs—boys and girls golf girls soccer and cheerleading—at the end of the 2013-14 school yearHowever wrestling and girls hockey were spared at least for two years"The board feels very confident with the programs that we are now offering" Superintendent Scott Privratsky saidIn addition to program costs the review also weighed Title IX rules which require equal opportunities for males and females and cost per participant as well as other factors Privratsky said"Nobody’s on notice We continue to review our activities on an annual basis" he said "Hopefully that can help our recruiting for students into those programs They won’t have to question whether it is going to be here next year or not"The wrestling and girls hockey programs have rebounded since the 2014 review The school has 16 student athletes in its wrestling program and 17 in girls hockey with the majority of participants in the seventh eighth and ninth grades"In wrestling they’re all very young kids" Privratsky said "That bodes well for our wrestling program The same with hockey They’re very young so the numbers should be good for the years ahead"Enrollment in grades 9-12 this year is about 470 compared to about 500 in the 2013-14 school year and about 700 in 2000-01Like many North Dakota school districts Devils Lake participates in cooperative programs with several area schools in many of its activitiesThe wrestling team for example has had two student-athletes from Lakota School District and one from MinnewaukanThe girls hockey program which has had co-ops with the Minnewaukan Langdon and North Star school districts has no student-athletes from those schoolsMinnewaukan had 10 students on the Devils Lake football team this season and nine compete in track The Devils Lake hockey team has three from North Star and one each from Minnewaukan and New Rockford-SheyenneThe 2013-14 review also led to the district charging fees for participating in co-op sports "That was one of the issues we discussed two years ago" the superintendent said "Now it’s not just Devils Lake paying for the programs It’s based on participation"Protesters were set to gather in a number of U. and the process for infrastructure has to take our rights and interests into account.