North Dakota man faces 14th DUI charge, pleads not guilty

A West Fargo man was arrested last month with a blood-alcohol content of 0.25 percent -- his 14th drunken driving charge. The Associated Press reports Kevin Tegtmeier's case has spurred talks among North Dakota lawmakers who want to stiffen DUI penalties.
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A West Fargo man was arrested last month with a blood-alcohol content of 0.25 percent -- his 14th drunken driving charge. The Associated Press reports Kevin Tegtmeier's case has spurred talks among North Dakota lawmakers who want to stiffen DUI penalties.

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