- A teenage boy died in a crash near Jamestown early Tuesday morning
and the driver is being held on multiple charges.
The North Dakota
Highway Patrol says 54-year-old Wilmer Duane Nadeau of Fargo was
eastbound on I-94 at 4:25 a.m. when the Dodge pickup he was driving
entered the median and rolled. The 17-year-old passenger from
Belcourt was ejected and died at the scene 5 miles east of Jamestown.
Nadeau was injured and transported to Jamestown for medical
treatment. After Nadeau was released, he was arrested for driving
under the influence.
Dodge was a stolen vehicle from a rural residence in the Spiritwood
area. According to Stutsman County Correctional Center records,
Nadeau is being held without bail on charges of driving under the
influence and possession of stolen property (motor vehicle).
Stutsman Co. Sheriff's Office is assisting the NDHP with the crash
investigation and is the lead agency regarding the stolen vehicle.