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A wild weekend for DWIs in St. Cloud

It was one of those days for St. Cloud police. Officers arrested the same 20-year-old man twice in 21 hours on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, the St. Cloud Times reports. Also this weekend, police arrested another man on DWI charges – and then arrested his wife a short time later when she drove to the police station to pick him up and subsequently failed a sobriety test.
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It was one of those days for St. Cloud police. Officers arrested the same 20-year-old man twice in 21 hours on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, the St. Cloud Times reports. Also this weekend, police arrested another man on DWI charges – and then arrested his wife a short time later when she drove to the police station to pick him up and subsequently failed a sobriety test.

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