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Richfield man arrested on 12th DWI charge

Same old, same old. Gilbert Ricardo Garcia was stopped by Bloomington police Sunday who found him with a blood-alcohol content twice the legal limit and eleven previous charges for DWI.
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Same old, same old. Gilbert Ricardo Garcia was stopped by Bloomington police Sunday who found him with a blood-alcohol content twice the legal limit and eleven previous charges for DWI.

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