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Man Faces Charges After Falling Out of Car

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A Minot man was arrested Saturday morning after police say he fell out of his vehicle and was run over.

Robert Pullar, 30, was driving in the area of Hiawatha St. and 15th 1/2 Ave. SE when he fell out of the car and was run over by it.

He then got back in the car and drove away.

Police located Pullar and he was arrested for driving under the influence and with a suspended license.

 

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