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High-speed chase on Highway 10 leads to arrest of two Fargo residents

Fargo, North Dakota – Two residents of Fargo found themselves in custody following a dramatic high-speed chase on Highway 10, as reported by the Clay County Sheriff’s Office. The incident, which unfolded at breakneck speeds reaching 110 miles per hour, ended with the vehicle becoming ensnared in mud close to the Moorhead airport, leading to the swift arrest of the driver and passenger.

The chase began when authorities attempted to pull over a vehicle driven by 29-year-old Thomas Cross of Fargo, due to a traffic violation. However, the situation quickly escalated into a high-speed pursuit. Both Cross and his passenger, 23-year-old Skyland Kocielko, also from Fargo, now face multiple charges in the wake of the chase.

Thomas Cross has been charged with Felony Fleeing a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle, Felony 1st Degree Controlled Substance, Felony Possession/Receipt of Stolen Property, Gross Misdemeanor Introduction of Contraband into a Jail, and an outstanding Cass County Warrant. Meanwhile, Skyland Kocielko is facing charges of Felony 1st Degree Controlled Substance.

Further investigation revealed that the vehicle involved was not only stolen but also equipped with false plates. Authorities discovered narcotics and a realistic-looking fake gun within the vehicle. Following these discoveries, both Cross and Kocielko were detained at the Clay County Correctional Center, awaiting further legal proceedings.

Judith Jackson

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