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October 2018 Archives

Minnesota teen arrested twice for DWI

Some people can see harmful behavior in even the most innocuous actions. For example, something as simple as parking in a parking lot could potentially result in a call to police. Unfortunately, a teenager in Minnesota who initially attracted attention after she allegedly parked in a church parking lot was arrested twice for DWI in an eight-hour period.

Minnesota college football player charged with assault

As most people in Minnesota would likely attest, sharing a living space with someone else is often difficult. Though conflict can easily arise, it rarely turns to violence. Despite this, a college football player now faces an assault charge after police were called to his apartment.

Multiple citations for underage drinking given at Minnesota party

For many students -- both high school and college -- it is not uncommon to attend parties. Often, nothing more sinister than sugar overload occurs at these gatherings. However, police in Minnesota have recently cited multiple people for underage drinking after they received a report about a party.

Collision with Minnesota ambulances leads to drunk driving charge

When driving at night, it may be easy to become disoriented. A combination of lack of visibility and fatigue might make it easier to take a wrong turn, for example. Unfortunately, it may be easy for law enforcement officials to assume that an action that may be born from a simple mistake was actually the product of an illegal activity. In fact, a man in Minnesota was recently charged with drunk driving following a collision with an ambulance and a squad car.

Man faces criminal charges in Minnesota overdose death

There have likely been many people in Minnesota and across the country who have made mistakes in their lives. Unfortunately, some of these mistakes may have led to a criminal history. Once a person has been convicted of a crime, it may be easy for law enforcement officials to assume that he or she will commit other offenses. In fact, a man with some past convictions now faces criminal charges stemming from a fatal drug overdose.