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Repeat Drunk Driver Sentenced to Prison

A repeat drunk driver has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty in Morrison County Court.

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Minnesota State Patrol Patch (Photo by: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Minnesota State Patrol Patch (Photo by: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Minnesota State Patrol Stepping Up DWI Patrols This Holiday Weekend [AUDIO]

For those of you planning to drink this Thanksgiving weekend you better think twice before getting behind the wheel.

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Stearns County Jail
Stearns County Jail
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Driver Cited With DWI After Crashing Into South Junior High

A St. Cloud man was arrested this morning after driving off the road and crashing into South Junior High School.

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Steven Wright
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Repeat Drunk Driver Arrested Again

A repeat drunk driver was arrested early this (Wednesday) morning on suspicion he was driving drunk again.

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Brad Gunderson, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Brad Gunderson, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Formal DWI Charges Filed Against Sauk Rapids Mayor

The mayor of Sauk Rapids has been formally charged with DWI stemming from a crash and failed breath test last month.

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Brad Gunderson
Brad Gunderson
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Sauk Rapids Mayor on Administrative Leave After DWI Arrest

The mayor of Sauk Rapids has been put on administrative leave from his job as a Metro Bus driver after his arrest for suspicion of DWI Sunday.

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Segway Operator Beats DWI Arrest – Again

A Minnesota man arrested for drunken driving while operating a Segway stand-up scooter has beaten the charges again. The Minnesota Court of Appeals agrees with Mark Greenman. His Segway doesn't meet the definition of a motor vehicle under the state's drunken driving laws.

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Minnesota Goes for No DWI Deaths on New Year’s Eve

Public safety officials are aiming for the fifth consecutive year with no drunken-driving deaths in Minnesota on New Year's Eve. In the past 10 years there have been eight drunken-driving deaths in Minnesota during the New Year's holiday, but none in the past four years.

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Danny Bettcher
Danny Bettcher
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Repeat DWI Offender Back Behind Bars

A Minnesota man with 27 drunken driving convictions is back behind bars just 40 days after leaving prison. Danny Bettcher of New York Mills is being held at the Wadena County Jail for allegedly violating the terms of his release.

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Willmar Man Arrested for DWI After Hit and Run

A 31-year-old Willmar man has been arrested after a hit-and-run. The incident happened at about 10:40 p.m. on Saturday near Highway 15 and 8th Street North.

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