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Former Ramsey Co. sheriff's son charged with DWI again

Minneapolis police on Wednesday arrested former Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher's son, Kyle Fletcher, 23, who suspected of driving while intoxicated. Bob Fletcher famously had his son arrested twice when he was struggling with heroin and cocaine addictions.
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Minneapolis police on Wednesday arrested former Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher's son, Kyle Fletcher, 23, who suspected of driving while intoxicated. Bob Fletcher famously had his son arrested twice when he was struggling with heroin and cocaine addictions.

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