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24-year-old man accused of drunk driving, car theft

Missouri residents may be interested to learn of an incident that occurred on Aug. 17. Police report being notified of a car accident at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Martin Road in Duluth, Minnesota. An SUV reportedly hit concrete pipes that were left by the side of the road as part of a construction project. Officers were traveling to the scene when they learned that the driver had allegedly left the scene of the accident in a truck.

Missouri drunk driving case influences state DWI laws

A Missouri drunk driving case has influenced drunk driving laws throughout the country. Stearns County in Minnesota has changed its laws to require a search warrant before police can take a blood sample from a drunk driving suspect. Under current law, police could take an individual back to the police station for a blood test after performing field sobriety tests and a Breathalyzer. The blood test is administered under implied consent. If the suspected drunk driver refuses the test, they will be charged with refusing to take the test in addition to DWI.

Missouri man charged with DWI as repeat offender

On July 28, a 39-year-old man who pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter for driving while intoxicated in 1997 was pulled over by Creve Coeur police and charged with DWI. While it has been more than a decade and a half since his last offense, he is being charged with a DWI as a repeat offender.

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