GRAND FORKS — A Grand Forks man likely will face charges related to an April crash that killed a man.

Investigators from the Grand Forks Police Department said charges against 40-year-old Tyson Sabazz Sewell were forwarded Tuesday, May 28, to the State’s Attorney’s Office.

A press release said Sewell will likely face charges of driving with a revoked license and leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death. He could spend more than 10 years in prison and face a $21,500 fine if convicted.

Police were called to 4300 Gateway Drive just after 10 p.m. April 8 and found 65-year-old David R. Hagen lying in the road with a head injury and died at the scene, a police news release said.

Sewell has previously been convicted for terrorizing, violating no-contact orders and assault. He was sentenced to jail in October 2018 for a year on charges alleging that, while possessing a knife, he threatened to kill a woman.