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Vikings safety Tyrell Johnson arrested on DWI charge

Vikings safety Tyrell Johnson was arrested in Hennepin County early Tuesday on a suspicion of drunk driving charge. The State Patrol brought him to jail at about 3:15 a.m. He was released a little more than two hours later. The Vikings had no comment on his arrest.
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Vikings safety Tyrell Johnson was arrested in Hennepin County early Tuesday on a suspicion of drunk driving charge. The State Patrol brought him to jail at about 3:15 a.m. He was released a little more than two hours later. The Vikings had no comment on his arrest.

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