Man facing terrorizing charge following dog-related incident at Fargo business

(Fargo, ND) -- A spokesperson for the Fargo Police Department says a man was arrested at a business Tuesday morning, following an incident in which the man allegedly used his dog to threaten another customer.

It happened at 11:45 inside a business in the 4300 block of 13th Ave. S.

The man arrested is identified as 63-year-old Gerald Knorr Jr. 

Police say Knorr does not have a permanent address.

WDAY Radio has also learned that Knorr is suspected of being involved in a previous disturbance Sunday afternoon in a parking lot in the 4700 block of 13th Ave. S. 

Fargo resident Jesse Davis says Knorr stabbed and killed his dog, Blue.

Police say the stabbing may have been motivated by Blue attacking another dog. 

The incident Sunday is under review by the Cass County State's Attorney Office for possible charges or citations.