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Belle Plaine officer suspected of DWI after driving 96 mph

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State patrol officials say Belle Plaine police officer Bryan Michael Pasek was stopped by a state trooper on Highway 169 roughly 40 miles southwest of the Twin Cities near Belle Plaine, at 2:26 a.m. Tuesday after driving 96 mph zone, the Belle Plaine Herald reports.

He was off-duty at the time, WCCO reports.

The 32-year-old officer was given a breath test that showed a .17 blood-alcohol content level, twice the legal limit, the newspaper reports. He had a similar violation in 2003, the newspaper says.

No one with the Belle Plaine police commented for a story on Fox 9:


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