DUI

Two Men Hurt, One Charged, After Polaris RZR Crash

Neither man was wearing a helmet or seatbelt

PEMBINA CO., N.D. — An Edinburg, North Dakota man and his passenger are hurt after overturning their Polaris RZR in Pembina County. Neither man was wearing a helmet or seatbelt. North Dakota Highway Patrol charged 29-year-old Colton Evenson with DUI. Evenson has significant injuries but not believed to be life-threatening. A passenger has non life-threatening injuries. They were taken by…

Fargo Police Department Arrest Man For DUI After Finding Vehicle Flipped Sideways On Roadside

Doyle gave 2 to 3 very different stories in a short amount of time and denied driving or knowing anything about the crash, but admitted he had quite a bit to drink.

FARGO, N.D. — It’s a dangerous reminder if your not driving sober you will be pulled over. That’s what 26-year-old Christoper James Doyle found out after Fargo police say he flipped his car just after 3am on Saturday. Officers were dispatched to Main Ave and 2nd St for a white Buick SUV on its side A witness gave a detailed…

Moorhead Woman Arrested After Chase In Stolen Pickup

Troopers used a PIT maneuver to arrest 23-year-old Olivia Adams

CASS CO., N.D. — A reckless driver in a stolen pickup out of Fargo is arrested after a chase on I-94. Troopers used a PIT maneuver to arrest 23-year-old Olivia Adams of Moorhead. They got a report around 1:40 this afternoon that a a driver was being reckless and nearly striking other vehicles near Buffalo. Adams fled from troopers at…

Rollover Crash Leads to DUI Arrest in Fargo

No injuries were reported.

FARGO, N.D.–One person was arrested and another cited after a rollover crash Thursday morning in Fargo. Fargo Police responded to 7th Avenue South and University Drive at approximately 1 a.m. When officers arrived, they found two vehicles, one of which had rolled into the boulevard. Officers arrested 36-year-old Stephen Colbert for DUI and DUI refusal. The other driver was also…

UPDATE: Fargo Man Who Crashed Motorcycle on Roundabout Dies Of His Injuries

North Dakota Highway Patrol says 30-year-old Andrew Laborico of Fargo died at Sanford Medical Center

UPDATE (5/10/2020):  A motorcycle driver who crashed after hitting a roundabout on Sheyenne Street On May 3 has died of his injuries. North Dakota Highway Patrol says 30-year-old Andrew Laborico of Fargo died at Sanford Medical Center. The crash remains under investigation. **original story from 5/4/2020 posted below** WEST FARGO, N.D.–A Fargo man was charged with DUI after he crashed…

Stutsman County Crash Leads to DUI Arrest

The NDHP is continuing to investigate the incident.

JAMESTOWN, N.D.–A McKenzie County man has been arrested after traveling the wrong way on Interstate 94 and crashing his vehicle on Sunday. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 30-year-old Will Gullickson was traveling west bound on I-94 at approximately 12:55 p.m. when he left the roadway, entered the median and crossed over the eastbound lanes. Gullickson entered the south ditch,…

Teen Hits 120 MPH While Fleeing Highway Patrol, Arrested For DUI

A trooper tried to stop 18-year-old Zander Johnson around 1:30 Saturday morning

VALLEY CITY, N.D. — A Valley City teen is arrested for drunken driving after fleeing the North Dakota Highway Patrol. A trooper tried to stop 18-year-old Zander Johnson around 1:30 Saturday morning for an equipment violation, about 9 miles south of Valley City. Johnson took off on Highway 1 at speeds hitting 120 miles per hour. He slowed and pulled…

North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Pleads Guilty To DUI

Kirsten Baesler says she plans to seek treatment

BISMARCK, N.D. — Just hours after being charged with misdemeanor DUI, Kirsten Baesler pleads guilty. The North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction was given one year of probation and $750 in fines for her first offense. She also received a 10-day jail sentence which was suspended. Last month, Baesler was stopped for driving erratically on I-94. She refused a blood…

Kirsten Baesler Charged With Misdemeanor DUI

North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Plans To Plead Guilty, Seek Treatment

BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler has officially been charged with misdemeanor DUI. Her initial appearance is set for March 25. Last month, Baesler was stopped for driving erratically on I-94. She refused a blood or breath test and was arrested. She has said she plans to plead guilty in addition to seeking treatment. Baesler…