The following information contains felony charges from complaints filed recently in Hubbard County District Court.
Fleeing a peace officer
Daniel Robert Church, 32, of Bemidji was charged with one count of felony fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle.
According to court documents, on March 26 at approximately 1:10 a.m. deputies observed a pickup travelling at a high rate of speed on Wolf Lake Road failed to stop for a stop sign at U.S. Highway 2 and then proceeded south of Hubbard County Road 101.
Deputies pursued the vehicle which turned into a driveway where the pickup lost its topper.
Several people were in the vehicle when it came to a stop and Church was listed as a registered owner. Deputies followed fresh footprints in the snow heading away from the pickup where they located Church approximately one half mile away. Church had a strong odor of alcohol, the court documents state.
Church was arrested for felony fleeing and gross misdemeanor DWI. A breath test administered at the law enforcement center showed a BAC of .19.
Assault with a dangerous weapon
Cedric Ryan Savanul Jackson, 26, was charged with second degree felony assault with a dangerous weapon.
On March 20 at approximately 2 a.m. Park Rapids police officers responded to an assault at the Cornerstone Apartments. The victim told officers he was in a vehicle talking with another individual when the accused allegedly opened up the passenger side front door and pointed a shotgun, according to court documents.
The accused was described as wearing a yellow sweatshirt and believed to be Jackson.
The weapon was described as a pump action shotgun with a knife taped to the barrel.
A witness stated she was sleeping in her apartment when she heard someone “yelling and screaming at the top of their lungs for help.”
A witness told officers the male in the yellow sweatshirt ran to the nearby dumpster, dug around some before leaving the area.
Officers investigating the scene located a yellow sweatshirt on the ground and with the assistance of a Hubbard County deputy located the shotgun in the dumpster.
Officers observed the apartment’s video and identified Jackson as the male wearing the yellow sweatshirt, court documents indicate.
Officers responded to Jackson’s apartment but were unable to locate him.
The felony assault charge is punishable by seven years in prison and $14,000 fine.
Darwin Thomas Horgeshimer, 42, of Park Rapids faces one felony count of domestic assault strangulation related to a March 26 incident.
The felony charge is punishable by three years and $5,000 fine.
Donald Edward Ladd III, 24, was charged with a fifth degree controlled substance crime after being arrested April 1 on an active felony warrant.
While conducting a search of Ladd, a Park Rapids police officer found three Suboxone sublingual strips and five Methocarbamol pills in Ladd’s jacket, according to the criminal complaint. The officer searched the seat area where Ladd was sitting in the vehicle and located a syringe filled with a substance that tested positive for methamphetamine.
The controlled substance crime is punishable by five years in prison and $10,000 fine.
Kylie Codi Lindgren, 22, was charged with fifth degree drug possession after being arrested on April 13 in Park Rapids.
Officers responded to the Rustic Inn Motel and arrested Lindgren on probation violation. Officers advised Lindgren they would be searching her and she removed a glass smoking device from her bra, the criminal complaint states. The object contained methamphetamine. Lindgren has three prior controlled substance convictions.
The charge is punishable by not less than 6 months, nor more than 10 years, and not more than $20,000 fine.