Minn. Trooper Arrested for DUI at In-Service Training
September 28, 2012
A Minnesota State Patrol trooper was arrested Wednesday morning after he allegedly showed up for in-service training while intoxicated.
Trooper Nick Morse has been placed on administrative leave after driving his squad car from his Two Harbors home to Duluth. He arrived for training at 8:10 a.m.
Morse was arrested after failing a sobriety test, reports the Duluth News Tribune.
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