FARGO — Prosecutors have filed 10 charges against a West Fargo man who was arrested after a high-speed pursuit last week that damaged several vehicles.
Trevor James Love, 23, is facing five felony charges: reckless endangerment, terrorizing, fleeing from police and two counts of drug paraphernalia possession, according to documents filed Friday, May 31, in Cass County District Court.
Love is also charged with five misdemeanor counts, including drug possession and carrying a concealed weapon, namely a switchblade.
On Thursday, May 30, Love was driving erratically at high speeds in West Fargo and continued west, court papers show.
A woman was inside the car, and Love allegedly told her, “we’re going to hell today, I’m going to die today,” court papers show.
The car sideswiped five vehicles at a red light at Main Avenue and 36th Street South in Fargo. The driver then tried to make a U-turn at that intersection when he hit the back end of a truck and a curb, disabling his vehicle at the intersection of Main Avenue and Interstate 29.
Love then exited the vehicle and was arrested after a brief foot chase. Authorities found several substances that appeared to be drugs and drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle, court papers show.