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Man Faces 19 Charges in Jamestown Robbery

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A Hazen, North Dakota, man is facing several charges in Barnes and Stutsman Counties after he and a 17-year-old male allegedly robbed a woman and fled from police on Friday in Jamestown.

37-year-old Darrell Boggs is being charged with more than 19 charges, with 13 felonies including robbery, criminal conspiracy to commit robbery, felon in possession of a firearm and five drug-related charges. Boggs will also be charged with fleeing a police officer.

Boggs and the teen reportedly pushed a woman to the ground after taking her purse between Perkins Restaurant and First Community Credit Union in Jamestown. Minutes later, a unit from the North Dakota Highway Patrol was in pursuit of the suspect vehicle on I-94 at mile marker 277 east bound. The suspect vehicle then crossed I-94 and went back west bound on I-94.

The suspect vehicle exited the interstate and was able to distance itself from law enforcement. Sheriff Randy McClaflin says the two suspects were taken into custody by Barnes County deputies after their vehicle got stuck in a slough and they started running on foot.

A preliminary hearing is set for 2:30 PM on May 27 in Barnes County. He is being held in the Stutsman County Correctional Center on a $250,000 bond. No details have been released on the 17 year old male. He is being held in the Cass County Youth Correctional Facility.
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