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Police chase ends near Drake

By Staff | Jun 10, 2016

A Minot man was apprehended near Drake last week after an hour-long pursuit that had started in Minot.

Trenton Kary, 34, was charged with driving under a suspended license, a class B misdemeanor; three counts of reckless endangerment; theft of property; fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer; and injuring or killing a law enforcement support animal, all class C felonies.

A Highway Patrol tropper stopped Kary, who was reported to have been driving recklessly near Minot in a stolen vehicle. After being stopped, Kary rammed the trooper’s patrol vehicle, disabling it and causing significant damage.

Kary continued to drive recklessly, attempting to strike an additional two squad cars. The suspect vehicle became disabled in a slough near Drake. A K-9 unit tracked Kary to a location near the stolen vehicle.

Kary had previous charges of driving with a suspended license and attempting to elude law enforcement, as well as assaulting an officer from incidents in May.

Agencies involved in the pursuit included the N.D. Highway Patrol, Minot Police Department and sheriff’s offices in Ward, McHenry, McLean and Sheridan counties.

– Tribune Staff Report

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