Ledoux is accused of not only stealing a computer in Fargo, North Dakota but also making off with a prosthetic leg. Police were able to track him down with the use of a K9 unit and found him with the prosthetic leg.
Ledoux now faces charges of a parole violation, felony drug paraphernalia, felony possession of stolen property, and refusing to halt. The last charge is a misdemeanor that would be applicable to any flight case:
Any person, other than the driver of a motor vehicle under section 39-10-71, who willfully fails or refuses to stop or who otherwise flees or attempts to elude, in any manner, a pursuing peace officer, when given a visual or audible signal to stop, is guilty of a class B misdemeanor for a first or second offense and a class A misdemeanor for a subsequent offense. A signal to stop complies with this section if the signal is perceptible to the person and:
1. If given from a vehicle, the signal is given by hand, voice, emergency light, or siren, and the vehicle is appropriately marked showing it to be an official law enforcement vehicle; or
2. If not given from a vehicle, the signal is given by hand, voice, emergency light, or siren, and the officer is in uniform or prominently displays the officer’s badge of office.