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Police Announce Alcohol Saturation Results

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The North Dakota Highway Patrol released the results from a recent alcohol saturation. 

On March 28 through the 29, troopers in Morton and surrounding areas made these arrests:

  • Six driving under the influence
  • Four driving with a suspended license
  • One possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Three possession of a controlled substance
  • One underage drinking. 

 

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