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Man arrested for DUI twice in two hours

Police say they stopped a man near a bar in Winona around 1:30 a.m. and found him too drunk to drive. So they cited him, arrested him and released him, only to find the same guy driving a different car just two hours later.
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Police say they stopped a man near a bar in Winona around 1:30 a.m. and found him too drunk to drive. So they cited him, arrested him and released him, only to find the same guy driving a different car just two hours later.

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