Driver, teen injured when fleeing vehicle crashes in Cass County

The vehicle turned off its lights and fled from a sheriff's deputy who lost sight of the vehicle, according to the Cass County Sheriff's Office.

Logan Jade Glaser.
Cass County Jail photo
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HORACE, N.D. — Cass County sheriff's deputies have arrested a driver who they say fled from them and crashed, injuring himself and his juvenile passenger.

Shortly before 3 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 23, a deputy tried to stop a speeding vehicle near Interstate 29 and County Road 14.

The vehicle turned off its lights and fled from the deputy, the sheriff's office said in a statement.

The deputy lost sight of the vehicle but continued in its last known direction of travel and eventually discovered that the vehicle crashed at the intersection of County Road 14 and County Road 81.

The driver was identified as Logan Jade Glaser, 20, of Fargo, along with a 16-year-old male passenger, the sheriff's office said.


Glaser and the teen both suffered injuries that were not life-threatening, the sheriff's office said. The teen was taken to a local hospital.

Glaser was booked into the Cass County Jail on suspicion of fleeing in a motor vehicle and aggravated reckless endangerment, the sheriff's office said. He had not been formally charged in Cass County District Court as of Wednesday morning.

Deputies determined the two had just burglarized a construction trailer south of Horace, the sheriff's office said. The investigation into the alleged burglary continues and charges are possible, according to the sheriff's office.

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