Craig Ryan Schwoboda, 43, of Detroit Lakes, has been charged in Becker County District Court with felony fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle and petty misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to court records, on Sept. 8, he led deputies and police on a high-speed chase on his motorcycle starting on 280th Avenue. A pursuing deputy saw the fleeing motorcycle pass a silver passenger car on the left while cresting a hill, and observed it fail to stop at a stop sign. A short time later the deputy lost sight of him.

A Detroit Lakes police officer picked up the chase on South Shore Drive, pursuing at speeds up to 83 mph.

A short time later, the deputy advised that he believed that Schwoboda had stopped at a residence on County Highway 22. He noted a single motorcycle tire track onto the dirt shoulder, through the grass and up to a garage. A motorcycle could be seen inside through a screen garage door. It was hot to the touch, and Schwoboda was found lying in a truck seat. The keys to the motorcycle were in his front right pocket, he had a glass pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine.

On Sept. 10, cash bail for Schwoboda was set at $500 or bond at $5,000, under standard conditions of release, or $20,000 bond with no conditions.

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Detroit Lakes man faces two felony domestic assault charges

Ryan Isaiah Kurschinske, 23, of Detroit Lakes has been charged in Becker County District Court with two counts of felony domestic assault.

According to court records, on Aug. 14, during an intoxicated fight with his girlfriend, she locked him out of the house and he broke a window near a couch where two children were sitting, causing glass to fly and nearly injure them.

On Aug. 17, cash bail for Kurschinske was set at $500 or bond at $5,000, under standard conditions of release, or $20,000 bond with no conditions.

Detroit Lakes man accused of 8-mile police chase

Santo Robero Antunez-Flores, 31, of Detroit Lakes, has been charged in Becker County District Court with felony fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle.

According to court records, on Sept. 8, at around 10:48 p.m., a Becker County sheriff’s deputy on Highway 10 saw a vehicle with no headlights on. The deputy activated his emergency lights, but the vehicle did not stop. The pursuit lasted for approximately eight miles, and the deputy had to use the PIT maneuver to force the vehicle to a stop. The driver was identified as Antunez-Flores, and he was arrested and transported to the Becker County Jail.

On Sept. 9, cash bail for Antunez-Flores was set at $200 or bond at $2,000, under standard conditions of release, or $10,000 bond with no conditions.



Mahnomen man faces charges for fentanyl pills, meth

Tyler Lee Parisian Jr. 20, of Mahnomen, has been charged in Becker County District Court with felony second- and fifth-degree controlled substance crime.

According to court records, on Sept. 8, a Detroit Lakes police officer, acting on a tip about a drug sale at an apartment building parking lot, recognized Parisian and arrested him on an outstanding warrant.

A search of his pockets turned up a large amount of cash and two pills believed to be fentanyl “M-Box-30.” A search of the vehicle revealed a baggy behind Parisian containing 166 more fentanyl pills. A backpack was found with his birth certificate as well as two burnt fentanyl pills, and about 8 grams field-positive methamphetamine.

On Sept. 10, cash bail for Parisian was set at $2,000 or bond at $20,000, under standard conditions of release, or $40,000 bond with no conditions.

Frazee woman charged with drugs after police raid

Tamara Dolores Boudreau, 47, of Frazee, has been charged in Becker County District Court with felony third- and fifth-degree controlled substance crime.

According to court records, on Sept. 13, White Earth officers and agents with the Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at a Becker County residence where Boudreau had been living the past few days.

A paper bindle with white powdery substance believed to be fentanyl was found in the bedroom along with a glass pipe. It was sent to a state crime lab for testing. Two counterfeit $100 bills were found in a purse in the bedroom. Inside the purse were identification cards belonging to Boudreau. Four others were inside the residence at the time, and they said she brought the drugs with her.

On Sept. 24, cash bail for Boudreau was set at $200 or bond at $5,000, under standard conditions of release, or $15,000 bond with no conditions.