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Fargo chase ends with rollover in Cass County

FARGO - Two people were in custody Wednesday morning following a vehicle chase that began in Fargo and ended with a suspect SUV rolling over on a rural Cass County road.

FARGO - Two people were in custody Wednesday morning following a vehicle chase that began in Fargo and ended with a suspect SUV rolling over on a rural Cass County road.

The chase reportedly began at a south Fargo truck stop about 2 a.m. and ended about 30 minutes later in rural Cass County.

Federal and state drug agents were involved, as were Cass County deputies.

Tara Morris, a spokeswoman for the sheriff's office, identified two people arrested after the chase as Ryan Mussehi, 32, and Sandra Schuman, 30.

No addresses were available.

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Morris said the two were being held on suspicion of criminal conspiracy.

She said she could not speak to details of the chase, or the investigation that led to it and referred additional questions to federal officials.

A message left with the Drug Enforcement Agency had not been returned as of this morning.

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