NDHP Intent to Deliver Fentanyl arrest on I-94 near the University exit in Fargo
On August 245th at approximately 4:19 PM North Dakota State Troopers responded to mile
marker 350 on I-94 regarding an oversize semi-truck driver that was calling for assistance.
When Troopers arrived, they learned that a Ford Edge SUV had failed to yeld when merging
onto the I-94 west bound from the University exit and struck the semi-truck that was in the
right lane of I-94 westbound. Minor damage was sustained to the Ford SUV.
Troopers detected the odor of marijuana coming from the Ford SUV. The driver of the SUV
was identified as David Sander a 25-year-old male from Stone Mountain GA. Sander was
found to be in possession of 33 M-30 Fentanyl pills, marijuana, multiple scales, and drug
paraphernalia. A customized Glock 19 with a loaded magazine was also found in the Ford. A
juvenile male was in the vehicle at the time of the incident. Sanders was charged with the
following criminal charges:
- A. Felony Delivery of a controlled substance Fentanyl, while in the possession of a
- A. misdemeanor DUI Drugs- minor present while intoxicated.
- Infraction charges for possession of marijuana and marijuana drug paraphernalia.
North Dakota State Troopers are dedicated with removing dangerous impaired drivers from
North Dakota roadways that cause crashes such as the one above. Troopers are also dedicated
to stopping the sale of Fentanyl and other illegal narcotics within our communities. The name
of the juvenile will not be released.