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Pursuit ends in crash, arrests

September 17, 2013

One Minot-area crash ends, after lengthy pursuit, in another crash just south of Stanley Monday. A hit and run was reported to police shortly before 1 p.m. in the 3300-block of U.....

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CJMinded

Sep-17-13 10:29 AM

Fleeing in ND by itself is not automatically a felony. It's a misdemeanor unless the fleeing is from the commission of a felony or if the person has a prior fleeing conviction. DUI has various classifications of misdemeanor and felony offenses as well depending on prior convictions or if injury/death has resulted. So while on its face it might seem odd that the offenses were charged like this here..it happens this way after a review of the suspect's conviction history and/or the facts of the incident.

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CJMinded

Sep-17-13 10:29 AM

Fleeing in ND by itself is not automatically a felony. It's a misdemeanor unless the fleeing is from the commission of a felony or if the person has a prior fleeing conviction. DUI has various classifications of misdemeanor and felony offenses as well depending on prior convictions or if injury/death has resulted. So while on its face it might seem odd that the offenses were charged like this here..it happens this way after a review of the suspect's conviction history and/or the facts of the incident.

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CJMinded

Sep-17-13 10:31 AM

Fleeing in ND by itself is not automatically a felony. It's a misdemeanor unless the fleeing is from the commission of a felony or if the person has a prior fleeing conviction. DUI has various classifications of misdemeanor and felony offenses as well depending on prior convictions or if injury/death has resulted. So while on its face it might seem odd that the offenses were charged like this here..it happens this way after a review of the suspect's conviction history and/or the facts of the incident.

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CJMinded

Sep-17-13 10:32 AM

I have no idea why that triple posted. Sorry!

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