Winona man arrested twice in two hours for drunken driving

Police arrested Larry William Payne two times Friday night on suspicion of drunken driving. Payne, after his second arrest, says he was driving because "he just wanted to go home and go to bed."
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Police arrested Larry William Payne two times Friday night on suspicion of drunken driving. Payne, after his second arrest, says he was driving because "he just wanted to go home and go to bed."

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