Rapid growth of North Dakota boomtowns creates headaches for police

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The rapid growth of North Dakota towns fueled by the oil and gas boom has created many headaches for local police departments, according to Atlantic Cities.

An influx of out-of-state workers has stretched police staff thin, and housing shortages and alcohol consumption are contributing to increased calls for service, Atlantic Cities reports.

Source: Atlantic Cities