North Dakota patrol captain had blood alcohol level twice the legal limit

The captain of the North Dakota Highway Patrol had a .15 blood alcohol level, according to a urine test following his arrest in Minnesota. Police pulled over Kevin Robson about 3 a.m. near Bemidji after a report of a hit-and-run accident.
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The captain of the North Dakota Highway Patrol had a .15 blood alcohol level, according to a urine test following his arrest in Minnesota. Police pulled over Kevin Robson about 3 a.m. near Bemidji after a report of a hit-and-run accident.

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