Arrested for drunk driving in Minnesota (MN)

If you are drunk and driving in the state of Minnesota and you are pulled over, you could possibly be charged with two types of offenses.
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Arrest Records DUI - Redwood County, Minnesota

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Aaron James Mccoy-Smith
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Arrested Nov 28, 2019
• #1 drugs - 5th degree controlled substance - pos
• #2 traffic - dwi - third-degree driving while im
• #3 traffic - dwi - refuse to submit to chemical
• #4 traffic - dwi - op
Mccoy-Smith Aaron - Redwood County, MN
Lori Ann Meier
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Arrested Jul 11, 2019
• #1 traffic - dwi - operate motor vehicle - alcoh
Meier Lori - Redwood County, MN
Lukas John Melges
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Arrested Oct 08, 2019
• #1 traffic-drivers license-driving after suspens
Melges Lukas - Redwood County, MN
Lisa Marie Minkel
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Arrested Aug 01, 2019
• #1 traffic - dwi - operate motor vehicle - alcoh
Minkel Lisa - Redwood County, MN
Edgar Montoya
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Arrested Sep 04, 2019
• #1 receiving stolen property
• #2 drugs - 5th degree - possess schedule 1,2,3,4
• #3 traffic - dwi - third-degree driving while im
Montoya Edgar - Redwood County, MN

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Like most other states, Minnesota sets the maximum “per se” legal BAC at 0.08%. This means that if a driver has a . 08% BAC, there doesn’t need to be any other evidence of impairment to support a DWI conviction.

1 thought on “Arrested for drunk driving in Minnesota (MN)”

  1. I knew Ann Zaleski when she lived in Minneapolis years ago. Too bad she got arrested for drunk driving. She is a very talented media person.


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