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Man arrested after fleeing police

A 29-year-old man was arrested after he led the North Dakota Highway Patrol and the Fort Totten Bureau of Indian Affairs on a pursuit south of Devils Lake Monday afternoon, according to the patrol. The patrol did not identify the man who was arre...

 

A 29-year-old man was arrested after he led the North Dakota Highway Patrol and the Fort Totten Bureau of Indian Affairs on a pursuit south of Devils Lake Monday afternoon, according to the patrol.

The patrol did not identify the man who was arrested.

The patrol said the Fort Totten Bureau of Indian Affairs attempted to pull over a 2008 Chevrolet pickup at 3:30 p.m. in the St. Michael area near Devils Lake. The patrol said the driver did not stop and left the scene.

The BIA then requested help from the patrol.

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The pickup went south from the St. Michael area on U.S. Highway 2 into Devils Lake before the patrol took over the pursuit. The patrol said the pickup stopped at a farmstead 1 mile east of Devils Lake and the driver fled on foot. He was found shortly after.

The patrol said the man is facing charges, including fleeing, reckless endangerment and other driving-related charges.

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