A Minnesota man was detained on Aug. 19 after police fired shots at his vehicle. The incident began on Highway 2 in Beltrami County and ended at the Red Lake Reservation. When police received a report about a possible drunk driver, they began following the 33-year-old Grygl man in his truck. Police pursued the man for 30 miles during the alleged drunk driving incident and reached speeds of 90 mph.
When the accused man entered the reservation, Tribal police tried to put an end to the chase with stop sticks. After the man's truck drove into a ditch, he apparently continued to drive before police squad cars boxed him in. After that, the man is accused of making an attempt to run over a county deputy. The deputy then shot at the man's truck two times.