The Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Workplace stated they acquired info from the FBI Friday that Dakota James Charboneau, 23, was staying at an condominium within the seven hundred block of Washington Road in Larimore, N.D. Charboneau is reportedly needed on a federal aggravated assault warrant, although fees towards him weren’t out there on a web-based database of federal courtroom paperwork as of Monday morning.
Charboneau was charged with a felony rely of fleeing a peace officer and misdemeanor counts for reckless driving and driving beneath suspension in Grand Forks County Monday, courtroom data present.
Lt. Gary Grove stated deputies and FBI brokers posted outdoors the Larimore condo Friday afternoon and night, hoping to take Charboneau into custody. At about 10:15 p.m., regulation enforcement discovered he was returning to Larimore from Grand Forks in a black Pontiac Grand Prix.
Deputies tried to tug over the car on North Dakota Freeway 18, however the automotive fled north and ultimately turned west on to U.S. Freeway 2. Deputies from Grand Forks and Nelson counties, in addition to troopers with the North Dakota Freeway Patrol chased Charboneau for about seventy five miles at speeds that topped out at one hundred and five mph. Troopers deployed spike strips to disable the car on North Dakota Freeway 20 close to Hamar, about 30 miles southeast of Devils Lake, Grove stated.
“It was a mixture effort, and it is excellent that no one acquired harm,” Grove stated.
Charboneau was driving the car, however there was a passenger within the automotive, Grove stated. The opposite individual spoke with the FBI and was not detained, Grove stated.
Native regulation enforcement deferred touch upon the case to the FBI, however Grove stated the arrest stemmed from an investigation on the Spirit Lake Reservation that started Nov. 28.
Charboneau additionally has an lively warrant from Devils Lake for driving with a suspended license.
The FBI and Bureau of Indian Affairs Police didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Monday.