Two jailed after late-night police chase near Grand Forks
Two men are in Grand Forks County jail after a late-night chase.
Jacob Henry, 29, was driving westbound on Highway 2 when a Grand Forks County deputy tried to stop him, according to a Saturday morning press release from the Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Office, for lacking a rear license plate. Henry, police said Saturday morning, continued driving after the deputy activated his car’s emergency lights.
Also in the car, police say, were 30-year-old Daryl Misamore and 19-year-old Katriel Peterson.
Henry exited the highway near Emerado and looped around to start heading back eastward.
Grand Forks police officers used a PIT -- “pursuit intervention technique” -- maneuver to stop the car on the 4700 block of 32nd Avenue South.
Henry was arrested and, sheriff’s office staff said, subsequently charged with fleeing law enforcement, reckless endangerment and driving with a revoked license. Misamore was arrested and later charged with possession of meth paraphernalia. Both were taken to the Grand Forks County Correctional Center.
Katriel was ticketed for possession of marijuana paraphernalia and was later released.