Report shows GF Highway Patrol captain had blood alcohol content twice the legal limit after DUI arrest
The captain of the Grand Forks office of the North Dakota Highway Patrol had a blood alcohol content nearly twice the legal limit after being arrested for drunk driving in Beltrami County on March 10, according to a sheriff's office report released Monday.
Kevin Robson, 42, provided a urine sample that tested .15 percent alcohol concentration. The legal limit is .08.
He was originally pulled over on suspicion of hit and run around 3 a.m. southeast of Bemidji.
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